Crime Prevention Contacts

Sovereign Harbour is a low crime-rate area. Help Sussex Police keep it that way.

Contact Sussex Police

Non-emergencies - dial 101
Emergencies - dial 999
Report Crime on-line: www.sussex.police.uk/ro/report/

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously. Local anti-social behaviour issues should also be brought to the attention of the Sovereign Harbour Neighbourhood Panel.

CrimeStoppers

An independent charity that gives people the power to speak up and stop crime – 100% anonymously. Telephone 0800 555 111. They also offer practical advice to help protect your home, family business and vehicle. Web site...

Fraud and Cyber Crime

To report a fraud and receive a police crime reference number, call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 - www.actionfraud.police.uk/report_fraud

Blue Badge Misuse

Anyone who has information regarding misuse of Blue Badges is asked to report it by calling 01323 464244 or emailing badgefraud@eastsussex.gov.uk

Local Neighbourhood Alert

The latest edition of these useful and regular alerts are available on the Eastbourne Neighbourhood Panels web site... www.eastbournenp.org/index.html They contain news and up-to-date information about local law enforcement, crime prevention, fraud, safety and other issues.

Operation Blitz

Sussex Police are keen to have more residents signing-up to their Operation Blitz scheme in Eastbourne. Members receive a weekly email notifying them of extra police patrols in their area targeting antisocial behaviour (normally on a Friday and Saturday evening). The message includes a mobile number of one of the officers on patrol, so the team can be contacted directly. To join Operation Blitz create an account and sign in to it at: www.Intheknow.community. Then go to Community Interests, and at the bottom of the screen click "Switch to advanced mode", then tick "Anti-Social Behaviour Prevention" and Save

Eastbourne Neighbourhood Watch Association

Neighbourhood Watch is a community-run independent charity covering around 100,000 households in Sussex. Eastbourne Neighbourhood Watch currently has 456 schemes across the Borough and covers 14,419 homes. We are always looking to increase our numbers as there are over 47,000 homes in Eastbourne in all and, in an ideal world, they would all be members of a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme.The Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner works closely with Neighbourhood Watch to strengthen links between Sussex Police and local residents, and also to promote public and community safety. Members are also included in the PCC's focus groups. www.enwa.org.uk/index.html

The Sovereign Harbour Neighbourhood Panel (SHNP) consists of twelve local residents. In addition, panel meetings may be attended by Borough & County Councillors, and representatives from EBC Neighbourhood First, Haven School, SHRA, Sovereign Marinas, The Waterfront Traders and others as required. Neighbourhood Police Officers attend as necessary.

Neighbourhood Panels are mostly about identifying the root causes of problems, and trying to find resolutions whatever the law and order issue. They were initially set up by the police, but now deal with a range of local issues. Each panel sets it own priorities and meeting schedules, and recruits members according to local situations. SHNP web site....

Note of Neighborhood Panel Meetings

The Neighbourhood Panel meetings between resident representatives, local councillors, Premier Marinas, Waterfront traders, the EBC Neighbourhood First team and others, take place quarterly to discuss various local issues. Click here to find the notes of each meeting....

Project Kraken is a national initiative to increase public awareness of terrorism and criminal or suspicious activity at marinas, moorings or on water. Web site...