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Chichester Weekly Bulletin

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Monday 14 September to Sunday 20 September


News and appeals

Numerous arrests were made over the weekend by our Arun and Chichester Officers.  Offences include:- wanted on warrant, domestic assault, burglary dwelling, stalking, assault police, drunk and disorderly, affray, witness intimidation, possession of a Class B drug, drink driving, breach of non-molestation order, driving whilst disqualified, shoplifting and drug driving.  
 
Warning after reports of scam emails in Sussex

Please be cautious about these emails.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/warning-after-reports-of-scam-emails-in-sussex /
 
Ongoing police activity to reduce road casualties

Police are continuing to provide education and enforcement as part of Project EDWARD.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/ongoing-police-activity-to-reduce-road-casualties/
 
Vehicle Crime Advice

Over the weekend we have seen an increase in vehicle breaks and theft of possessions from vehicles and number plates parked in beauty spot car parks in the Chichester area. If you plan to visit the beauty spot car parks, please do not leave any valuables in your vehicle, even if out of sight.

We continue to patrol these areas and are working in partnership with Chichester District Council to prevent and tackle these crimes. Please remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity via 999 if a crime is in progress or 101 for non-emergency incidents.
Click on link below for advice on how to keep your vehicle safe and sound:- https://www.sussex.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/theft-from-a-vehicle/vehicle-safe-and-sound/
 
Women sought over attack on police officer in Chichester

Three other people arrested and currently on bail.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/witness-appeals/woman-sought-over-attack-on-police-officer-in-chichester/
 
Chichester District Council Updates
 

Have your say on local cycling and walking routes
Chichester District Council is developing a plan to identify long term cycling and walking improvements in Chichester City centre and its links with adjoining parishes, and they'd like to hear your thoughts in a new public consultation. The ‘Chichester City Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan’ sets out ways in which travel routes in and around Chichester City can be made safer and easier for people who cycle and walk, including for those using wheelchairs, pushchairs and mobility scooters. To view a map of the plan area, the plan itself, and to share your views, simply visit: www.chichester.gov.uk/letstalkcyclingandwalking  before midnight on 19 October.
 
‘Let’s Talk: Climate Change’ consultation launched

In January this year, Chichester District Council took a key step forward in the fight against climate change by officially adopting an initial Climate Emergency Action Plan, which set out a carbon reduction target of 10% year-on-year until 2025 for the Chichester District. The plan has now been developed to set out proposals on how this can be achieved, and the council is keen to hear people’s views. To have your say in our new consultation, which goes live on Friday 25 September, visit: www.chichester.gov.uk/letstalkclimatechange
 
 
Chichester Police Facebook

 
We do publish good news stories and appeals on our Facebook page daily.  Please click on the link and follow us on Facebook. 
https://www.facebook.com/chichesterpolice/


 
Crime summary

Chichester (WC1)
 

West Stoke Car Park – On Friday 18 September there was a report of front and rear number plates being stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0684 of 18/09.
 
Downs Road, West Stoke – On Friday 18 September between 12.00 pm and 1.00 pm front and rear number plates were stolen from a vehicle.  Serial 0866 of 18/09.
 
Charles Avenue, Chichester – Overnight on Saturday 19 September a van was entered; stolen items include a Dell laptop and charging lead.  Serial 0965 of 20/09.
 
Clay Lane, Chichester – Overnight on Friday 19 September a vehicle was entered and loose change stolen.  Serial 1513 of 20/09.  
 
Selsey, The Witterings and surrounding area (WC2)
 

Turner Way, Selsey – On Friday 18 September an insecure shed was entered; nothing was reported stolen.   Serial 1470 of 18/09.
 

Manor Lane, Selsey – On Monday 14 September there was a report of a vehicle having been keyed.  Serial 0135 of 14/09.
 
Midhurst, Petworth and surrounding area (WC3)
 

Marley Lane, Haslemere – During the day of Thursday 17 September a shed was broken into; items were moved around but nothing reported stolen.  Serial 1709 of 17/09.
 
Coats Lane, Fittleworth – On Thursday 17 September during late evening the alarm was activated to an outbuilding; nothing reported stolen, no entry gained however damage caused to the lock.  Serial 1742 of 17/09.
 
High Path, Easebourne – Overnight on Friday 18 September there was an attempt break to a property; no entry was gained however damage was caused to the door and lock. Serial 1428 of 19/09.
 
 

Help us keep Sussex safe

If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any incident in this message please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting the reference number provided.

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

 

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