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Meet Your Local PCSO dates

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Monday 25th November 2019

News and Alerts, Lewes District

Meet your lcoal PCSO


Following the recent change (4th November 2019) to the PCSO model and allocations, Lewes Prevention PCSOs are each holding a ‘meet and greet’ day in their allocated area.

 
  • Tuesday 26th November, 11am-1pm outside Superdrug in Lewes High Street – Lewes PCSOs Ash, Collins, McNirlan and Brown.
  • Friday 29th November, 11am-1pm, on Newick Green – Newick and surrounding areas PCSO Stainer
  • Saturday 30th November, 10am-12pm stationed up at the YHA in Southease just off the A26 - Glynde, Firle, Southease and Beddingham PCSO Fenn.
  • Monday 2nd December, 2pm-4 pm inside Seaford Library (where the café used to be) – with Seaford PCSOs Turvey and Disney.

This is a chance to meet your local PCSO and ask any questions you have in relation to your local area, and speak directly to the officer responsible for your towns.

Crime prevention advice, scam and fraud support, winter burglary advice and more will also be available at each venue.


If you haven’t already, please visit: www.police.uk and enter your town/village or postcode into the ‘find your neighbourhood’ search bar, to find out who your local PCSO is.

Further dates with other areas will be announced in due course once venues have been arranged/finalised.



Lewes Police.

 
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Jeremy Glew-Deval (Police, Prevention Support and Engagement Officer, Eastbourne, Lewes and Wealden)

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