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14 Charity & Community Sussex Police News


From 1st November, a new number came into force across England and Wales for non-emergency police calls - 101. The number costs 15p to call from mobiles and landlines, regardless of the length of the call, and replaces the 0845 60 70 999 number. In emergencies 999 should still be used.


The Sussex Police Drink Drive campaign will be launched in December. A Sussex Police Spokesperson said “We would like to thank the public for their support throughout this campaign. If you suspect someone of drink-driving you can report them via the Operation Crackdown website - www.operationcrackdown.org - or by calling 101. Alternatively, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. If the offence is taking place, dial 999 immediately.”


Horsham Neighbourhood Policing team also want to put out a reminder about security of premises during the darker evenings. If you are going out where possible leave a light on within your premise. Sussex Police do have a limited stock of timer plugs for vulnerable members of the community. If you would like one, please contact your local PCSO.


SUSSEX LOCAL Be Santa for a Day


The ever inventive people at St Barnabas invite the local community, groups and businesses wear a Santa Suit for a day on 16th December to help the charity. Everyone can join in, whether you are at home or at work - the more the merrier! Registration is just £10 per adult, and for this you will get a Santa Suit and a fundraising pack. Forms are available by emailing fundraising@s tbh.org.uk or download from the homepage on our website www.sussex local.net


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