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Eastbourne District ASB Report and Contact Number For This Weekend

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Friday 29th May 2020

Eastbourne District ASB patrol updates


Dear Members, 


Please find the details for this weekends Operation Blitz, Anti-Social Behaviour Patrols.

Your Op Blitz (ASB patrols) teams are out again this Friday and Saturday, please call 07785372050 between 6pm and midnight to report any anti-social behaviour across your town.

Op Blitz patrols are in addition to our regular patrols of your town, and are an ongoing initiative each Friday and Saturday, where you can report any ASB or youth related crime and disorder directly to officers out on the ground Outside of these times, please continue to report non-emergencies to 101 or visit us online Always dial 999 in an emergency.




Update from last weekend

Last weekends Operation Blitz was conducted by PCSOs, Clarke, Walker, May and Hylands.
Following reports of a range of anti-social matters in the town centre, patrols were focussed with high visibility patrols in a marked car throughout the Town Centre.

Areas highlighted by your reports and our ongoing work within your communities took the patrols to Meads, Hampden Park, the Harbour and Beachy Head.

All was quiet and in order and there were no reports of anti-social behaviour throughout the evening.

There were a few cars parked up at Beachy Head, the evening before (21/05/2020) there was a report that there were around 50 cars driving antisocial around the area the team decided to keep an eye on the area.

There were a few cars parked in the laybys however, they showed no concern.

Officers carried out a foot patrol around The Spit down North Harbour, there were no youths present apart from a few dog walkers, all was in order.

The evening was quite calm and quiet, the weather changed and became quite cold and windy so there was not many people out as per the usual amount around the areas that we patrolled.

A few calls were received over the weekend, including:

Reports of teenagers playing on the field in Causeway School. Attended and found 4 males playing football they were all ok and when explained about the breaks the schools have had they were happy enough to leave.

Report of a house party with loud music in Old Town area. On arrival occupants were spoken to, and Officers remained outside at the time however could not hear anything further.




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If you see or hear anything we need to know about, please contact us online, or call 101, always dial 999 in emergencies/crimes in action.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

You can also visit our website at www.sussex.police.uk where you can find our easy to use online forms to report all non-emergencies to us.

You can also find police advice to keep you safe and help you understand the law, and also browse our crime prevention pages for first-hand knowledge, industry best practices and practical crime prevention advice from officers and specialist teams all across the police.

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