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She will continue the focus on making our residents safe by targeting crime and anti-social behaviour throughout our districts rural communities and urban areas.
Anita says “I am very much looking forward to getting to know the area well, understanding your local communities, listening to your concerns and providing the appropriate police response”.
do please click on the 'Join ESF' button above, complete the form and send it on to us We value your membership, which will help us to speak more strongly on your behalf As part our new Policing Model we would like to put a focus on our rural communities.
This is an important issue for us due a large amount of our local area being defined as ‘rural’, however, rural crime is known to be under-reported.
We would like to offer some advice on ways in which those in rural communities can protect themselves and their property against crime.
It is not only those that live and work in the rural communities that can help in reducing these crimes.
She will have responsibility for policing across East Sussex, and we wish her well in this new role.
Chief Inspector Anita Turner will replace Emma as District Commander for Eastbourne, Lewes and Wealden districts.
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.There were no calls to the BLITZ direct mobile number, but please make sure to utilise the BLITZ number should you witness or be victim to any anti-social behaviour.Emma Brice has been temporarily promoted to Superintendent, Divisional Command for East Sussex.Also supporting your area we welcome the recently appointed Prevention Inspector for Wealden, Jon Gross.Jon is taking over from Tony Wakefield and has a background in public protection and investigations.