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Machinery, tools and plant equipment If possible, secure or immobilise vehicles or pieces of equipment when they're not in use.Again, if practical, try to move machinery from fields, especially if it's near a road. To help identify your property: Crime summary A burglary occurred between midnight and 8am on 08 - 09 January 2018, credit cards and a purse were stolen, access was gained by a window.Many of us visit the countryside whether it be to appreciate the wildlife, countryside surroundings and historic buildings, and we can all do our bit to help preserve these areas.Take your litter home with you, always keep dogs under control in the countryside and on leads when around livestock, being careful to drive vehicles on authorised roads and not take vehicles or motorbikes off road unless on a Byway Open to all Traffic (BOa T) which is not subject to a Traffic Regulation Order.The District is a great place to live and work and I am relishing the challenge of ensuring our local team meets the policing requirements of our communities”.On 19 December 2017, the Department for Transport launched a consultation on plans to amend regulations and the Highway Code.
(Ref: 0212 09/01) This weekend's phone number is: 07785372050.
Rural crime is estimated by NFU Mutual to have cost £37.8m for the 2014-2015 period; this figure only takes into account agricultural crimes.
The National Rural Crime Survey undertaken in 2015 by the National Rural Crime Network has estimated that the cost of rural crime to the rural economy could be as high as £800m.
To report crime and incidents please contact us online, email us at [email protected] call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at on last weekend's Operation Blitz activity On Friday, the 5th of January 2018 our PCSO’s conducted Op. The area we patrolled included the Crumbles, where we experienced some problem with the youths causing a nuisance around ASDA and at the back of the stores. We also paid close attention to Pevensey Bay Road, where the bus stop has been vandalised on several occasions.
However, we are pleased to report that there were no issues.
We would like to offer some advice on ways in which those in rural communities can protect themselves and their property against crime.