Southbourne, West Sussex
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Policing in Southbourne
Contacting your local Officer in Southbourne
As your local officer for Southbourne ward you can always contact me on any of the contact methods listed below. I am always happy to listen to any concerns or local issues that you may have. My work mobile is always switched on when I am on duty.
Police Community Support Officer Jason Lemm
When speaking to local residents in the village I am often asked what is the best way of contacting Sussex Police and more importantly, what number should be used in an emergency. Others have asked, what is classed as an emergency? Hopefully the following will help you decide when making contact with us:
Call 999 if:
• A crime is being committed now, or
• The offender is still there or nearby, or
• People are injured or in danger.
If you do wish to report a non-emergency crime, this can be done by either of the following:
•Telephone using our new non-emergency number 101 (Calls cost a flat rate of 15p per call)
•Report a crime or incident online by visiting www.sussex.police.uk
In the weeks leading up to the summer holiday’s we had a slight increase in cycle theft in the Southbourne area. Whilst we managed to recover most of these and return them to their rightful owners, we have been working hard over August to raise awareness of cycle security.
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