Operation Crackdown

Did you know you can report anti-social driving, including speeding, and mobile phone use whilst driving to Police at Operation Crackdown? If you have the vehicle registration number, time and date of the incident please report to http://www.operationcrackdown.org/

Community SpeedWatch (CSW) is also currently recruiting volunteer coordinators and operators in Seaford, Newhaven, Peacehaven, Woodingdean, Rottingdean and Lewes.

Since opening othe volunteering opportunities a few weeks ago, Police have had a great intake, there are still a few places left on the Lewes district.

If interested, you can join by going to www.communityspeedwatch.org and choosing the group from the drop-down list, then following the on-screen prompts. If you can’t find a group listed, you can also register a new group.

You can also join as a volunteer community speedwatch member,Police are currently looking for members to join across the Lewes district, please get in touch by emailing csw@sussex.pnn.police.uk




Crime summary

During the evening of the 26th July, a property on High Street, Lewes, reported disturbing someone in their home whereby victim has returned home to find their front door lock, on checking their back door someone has been in and swiftly made off. A watch was taken in the process. (0571 of 26/07 relates)

A public house off Station Approach, Seaford, reported having bottles of spirits stolen overnight on the 27th, whereby suspects have forced entry by breaking locks on a side door, to gain entry to the public house. (0476 of 27/07 relates)

Overnight on the 28th a property off Lewes Road, Newhaven, had a shed broken into whereby suspects have forced entry and taken an electric wheelchair. (0410 of 28/07 relates)

There have been no other burglaries reported across the Lewes district.