KSI - Killed and Seriously Injured
Sussex Police are committed to reducing the number of killed and seriously injured (KSI) incidents on the county’s roads and making the road network safer for all road users.
In 2019 there were a total of 5,250 injury collisions reported to police in Sussex. Of these, 42 were fatal and a further 1107 resulted in serious injuries. These are numbers are too high and have far reaching consequences for family and friends.
There are five principal causes of KSIs known as the Fatal Five:
Drink and/or drug driving
Not wearing a seatbelt
Distraction, including use of a mobile phone or device
Careless and/or inconsiderate driving or riding
Working together, Sussex Safer Roads Partnership (SSRP) strives to create a safer environment for all road users, reduce the risk of life-changing injuries and eliminate fatalities. Using the wealth of knowledge and experience within the partnership, SSRP provides advice and support to all road users across Sussex.
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Community Speedwatch (CSW) is a county-wide initiative involving community members working collaboratively with Sussex Police to monitor speeds of vehicles using speed detection devices. Vehicles exceeding the speed limit are referred to the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership with the aim of educating drivers to reduce their speeds.
Keeping the roads safe for everyone is everyone’s responsibility. Whether people are driving for pleasure or business, driving an HGV, riding a motorbike, driving a car a scooter, cycling or as a pedestrian. Everybody has their part to play in observing the basics of road safety.
Find out more about CSW in your area, join an existing scheme or start your own by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Roads Policing Update
The Monthly Update provides communities with a snapshot of the collective activity that we’ve undertaken across Sussex. This includes vehicles stopped for speeding, people driving without insurance, and penalty notices for those not wearing seat belts.
The update is published every month and features an advice section, captures a snapshot of local activity, and explains how you can engage with us.
Man given Criminal Behaviour Order for persistent offending in Worthing
A persistent offender from Worthing has been given a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order.
Over a number of years, Fardin Farji has been a prolific offender in the area and has been in breach of Community Protection Warnings as well as a Community Protection Notice.
There have been incidents with regards to antisocial behaviour, drugs, and numerous thefts and shopliftings.
Police applied for a Criminal Behaviour Order against Farji, 28, unemployed, who is a resident of Worthing, in a bid to curb his offending. The application was granted by Worthing Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday 4 August.
It prohibits him from the following for a period of 24 months:
Remaining in any shop or commercial building when asked to leave by staff;
Entering any shop without means to pay;
Being in possession of a bicycle without proof of ownership;
Carrying more than two mobile phones;
Entering Worthing town centre at any time, other than to access Worthing Police Station and St Clare’s Day Centre by permitted routes specified;
Entering the specific areas of Broadwater at any time other than if passing through the area whilst being carried by a motor vehicle;
Entering Waitrose in High Street, Worthing;
Entering any Co-Op stores in England.
Failing to comply with these provisions will lead to a further offence being committed which could result in imprisonment.
PC Jack Buchanan, of the Adur and Worthing Operation Override team, said: “We are delighted to have obtained this Criminal Behaviour Order for Fardin Farji.
“His behaviour and offending has been causing loss to the people and businesses of Worthing for a considerable period of time. This order will further assist Sussex Police in tackling his offending, preventing further loss, safeguarding our residents and businesses as well as hopefully allowing him to re-address his behaviour and get the help he needs moving forward.”
Reference: 1415 6th August
Location: John Street, Shoreham
Date and time: Between 1500hrs–2130hrs 6th August
Details: A property was entered and items were taken.
Reference: 0393 7th August
Location: Mill Lane, Shoreham
Date and time: Approximately 1630hrs 4th August
Details: An attempt was made to enter a property, no entry was made and nothing was stolen.
Burglary other than Dwelling
Reference: 1466 4th August
Location: Adversane Road, West Tarring
Date and time: Between midnight and 0700hrs 4th August
Details: Three pedal cycles were stolen from an insecure garage
Reference: 0381 6th August
Location: Connaught Avenue, Shoreham
Date and time: Between 0100hrs and 0105hrs 30th July
Details: A pedal cycle was taken from a garage
Reference: 0807 6th August
Location: Kings Walk, Shoreham by Sea
Date and time: Between 2300hrs 5th August and 0600hrs 6th August
Details: An insecure garage was entered and items were taken.
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Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org
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