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Horsham Weekly Bulletin
Alert message sent 20/08/2019 09:55:00
Information sent on behalf of Sussex Police
Tuesday 20th August 2019
Crime Summary Burglary
Reference: 0080 16th August
Location: Arun Vale, Coldwaltham
Date and time: During night time 16th August
Details: A property has been entered and a purse stolen.
Reference: 1019 15th August
Location: Parkfield, Horsham
Date and time: Between 1520hrs and 1710hrs 15th August
Details: Entry was gained via an insecure window. A kindle, mobile phone and cash was stolen.
Reference: 0497 16th August
Location: Gardeners Court, New Street, Horsham
Date and time: Between 0800hrs and 1148hrs 16th August
Details: A door was broken and a cash box was stolen.
Reference: 0517 19th August
Location: Fair View, Horsham
Date and time: Between 1430hrs 18th August and 1220hrs 19th August
Details: A rear window was broken and the property entered. Unsure what has been stolen.
Reference: 0817 19th August
Location: High Street, Partridge Green
Date and time: Between 18th & 19th August
Details: The front door was forced and car keys and car were stolen.
Reference: 1360 19th August
Location: Gorse End, Horsham
Date and time: Between 16th & 19th August
Details: Damage was caused to a front door, believe in an attempt to enter, no entry gained.
Burglary other than Dwelling
Reference: 0810 13th August
Location: College Road, Southwater
Date and time: Between 1430hrs 12th August and 1410hrs 13th August
Details: Damage was caused to a garage door believing someone has attempted to enter. No access gained and nothing stolen.
Reference: 1252 15th August
Location: Hill Mead, Horsham
Date and time: Between 1210hs and 1900hrs 15th August
Details: Broke window in greenhouse, entered, caused damage, nothing stolen.
Reference: 1636 15th August
Location: Penfold Way, Steyning
Date and time: Between 1000hrs and 1030hrs 13th August
Details: A garage door was forced and a telescope was stolen.
Reference: 1553 18th August
Location: Rusper Road, Horsham
Date and time: At approximately 2240hrs 18th August
Details: A male was seen in a rear garden believe he attempted to steal from a garden studio, nothing stolen.
Reference: 0809 16th August
Location: Bennetts Road, Horsham
Date and time: Between 1000hrs and 1520hrs 16th August
Details: Criminal damage was caused to sheds in the allotment and water butts and plant pots turned over and damaged.
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On Thursday 22nd August until 2nd September Sussex Police will be recruiting PCSO’s. Being a PCSO offers a challenging, yet incredibly rewarding career. Our PCSO’s play a vital role in keeping Sussex safe; working alongside our policing prevention teams to prevent and tackle local issues. If you are interested or know anyone that might want to apply, keep an eye on our Sussex Police website for more information. https://www.sussex.police.uk/police-forces/sussex-police/areas/careers/jobs/ News and appeals Assaults on police "not part of the job"
On the day that figures were released showing that assaults on officers in Sussex have risen by 16 per cent over the last four years, three officers were attacked in Brighton and Hove with two hospitalised as a result of their injuries.
Deputy Chief Constable Jo Shiner has said that such assaults must never be seen as 'part of the job'.
In the last four years, assaults on officers in Sussex have risen by 16 per cent with 1,033 being recorded in 2018/19 - an average of three a day. Of these, 288 resulted in injuries and included kicks, punches, scratches and bruising, through to more serious incidents such as dislocations, fractures and concussion. Additionally, officers are regularly subjected to being spat at, which in many cases leads to them having to undergo a worrying wait following HIV and hepatitis tests.
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