Tag Archives: Sussex Police

We are all very proud of Brave Monty – and Sussex Police


Earlier today Sussex Police have published their celebration with Monty following his very brave hard work to help save his Mother and her unborn baby. When she collapsed and was unconscious the five and a half year old child rang … Continue reading

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We must work hard to protect young people and children


At the end of last week a new campaign was launched by WiSE which is part of the YMCA Downslink Group that is based in Hove but which covers the whole of Sussex and into parts of Surrey. The campaign … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Tooley was killed 22 years ago today


This Police Officer was trying to stop a van that was being driven at 51mph in a 30mph area of the Brighton Road in Shoreham. The following information was published in this piece on the Argus that explains more of … Continue reading

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A sad day, but thankfully Stephen’s murder is not being ignored


Had he not been murdered, Stephen Lawrence would now be 46, tragically he died at the age of 18 on 21st April 1993. Few people in our nation have met Stephen Lawrence but all of us have had changes made … Continue reading

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A great message from one member of Sussex Police


Every day and indeed every 24 hours of each day hundreds of workers for Sussex Police are working incredibly hard to protect the lives of individuals and communities across the whole of Sussex. Of course like every other human managed … Continue reading

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This week Sussex MPs can ask local people about the impact of racism


The recess of Parliament 10 days ago has provided MPs with the opportunity to step back from their usual focus on what is coming out of the Government speeches. They can currently focus on their constituencies in a slightly different … Continue reading

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Increasing diversity is not a once in a generation opportunity


The following question from Catherine West MP to Priti Patel which has been answered by Kit Malthouse contains a very deep flaw and demonstrates a great deal of ignorance. I have had the privilege to speak to a number of … Continue reading

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A great online source for Sussex residents aged 13-25


Earlier this month two very significant Sussex agencies published this website for many of the young people in our area to use which is designed to help their mental wellbeing. There is a very good reason for this to have … Continue reading

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This is why I’m going to carry on clapping


At 8pm last night a group of people in our Street and its adjacent Street came out of their homes and we clapped for some time as a way of acknowledging that although we are stuck in our homes because … Continue reading

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Rightly or wrong, EU has gone, but why do Sussex Conservative MPs like Tim oppose more Police Officers?


Today our representative Members of Parliament will be returning to their Westminster offices after a weekend that was something of a mixed experience across the whole nation. For some it was clearly an opportunity for them to celebrate what took … Continue reading

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