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5 April 2018

News and appeals


PCSO recruitment is open until midnight on Monday 9 April

Do you have the potential to be a PCSO?

For those who enjoy working in their community, this could be the perfect challenge.

PCSOs play an integral part in making our communities feel safer and can be one of the most demanding roles in Sussex Police.

The PCSOs are equipped with additional skills and powers to ensure they are able to tackle the issues that affect the most vulnerable, working in teams across districts rather than a specific neighbourhood, working where they are most needed – with local teams making assessments about where communities have the greatest concerns. For details click here.



Have you seen Crawley man, Thomas Doherty?

Police are searching for 24-year-old Thomas Doherty from Crawley, who they want to interview on suspicion of breaching court bail conditions, of witness intimidation and criminal damage.

He has already been charged with common assault.

Doherty is described as white, 5'7", of slim build, and unshaven with dark brown hair.

Detectives believe he may still be in the Crawley area. Read more here.

Were you involved with the Boys' Brigade in Burgess Hill in the 1970s?

Police are looking to trace anyone who might have been involved with the Boys' Brigade in Burgess Hill in the early to mid-1970s.

While investigating allegations of sexual offences at Hassocks Windmills Primary school in the 1970s, detectives believe anyone who was a member of the 2nd Burgess Hill Boys' Brigade at the Methodist church in London Road could also help. Read more here.

Please see our Fraud Newsletter in attachment.





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