Friday 9 February to Friday 16 February
News and appeals
This week we have a message from the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service:
Final weeks for East Sussex Fire Authority survey
East Sussex Fire Authority is urging the public to take part in its survey on attendance standards before it closes on 5 March 2018.
Attendance standards are one way in which the Authority monitors and measure the performance of East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.
They help the public understand how long it could take us to respond emergencies.
At the moment performance is measured against one standard across the whole of our area.
In reality, you may get a different response time in different areas for a whole range of reasons.
Our aim is to develop a new standard that is simple, meaningful, easy to understand, and representative of a typical attendance time wherever that may be within East Sussex and Brighton and Hove.
This doesn't change the way the Service will respond to incidents - if you have an emergency, we will still send out firefighters as quickly as we can.
The survey is open from 8 January 2018 to 5 March 2018. If you would like to take part in our survey you can do so online at www.esfrs.org/irmp
Take the Survey
You can also request a paper copy by calling 0303 999 1000 or emailing email@example.com
Sussex Police and East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service work closely together and provide support to each other whenever possible and this is an excellent opportunity to do so.
On Sunday morning (11 February), there was an attempted break in to a house on Hazel Close in Newhaven. While no access was gained to the house, a mountain bike was stolen from the porch (ref: 0342 11/02).
A house was broken into on Elm Grove in Lewes on Tuesday (13 February). This occurred during the day and some jewellery and bank cards were taken (ref: 0653 13/02).
Also on Tuesday morning (13 February), a garage was broken into on Denton Road in Newhaven. Nothing was damaged and nothing was taken (0728 13/02).
Another garage was broken into on Strood Gate in Wivelsfield Grenn, Haywards Heath. The locking system was broken to gain access and a mower was taken (ref: 0421 14/02).
Help us keep Sussex safe
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Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org
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