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Tuesday 19th October 2021


News and appeals
Appeal for witnesses after cyclist, 68, hurt in collision with a car in Horsham
Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist suffered serious injuries when he was in collision with a car which failed to stop in Horsham.
Police were called to North Parade at around 9.45pm on Tuesday (October 12).
Ambulance crews transported the cyclist, a 68-year-old man from Horsham, to Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton with broken ribs as well as cuts and abrasions.
The car that failed to stop, a silver Ford C-Max, has since been located and recovered by police for examination.
The driver, a 36-year-old woman from Haslemere, Surrey, is assisting with enquiries.
Anyone who witnessed the collision or has dashcam footage of the manner of driving is asked to report it online or call 101, quoting serial 363 of 13/10.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/appeal-for-witnesses-after-cyclist-68-hurt-in-collision-with-a-car-in-horsham/

Sussex partners mark Anti-Slavery Day
Sussex partners working to combat modern slavery are reflecting on a year of progress.
In October 2020, Chief Constable Jo Shiner, Chief Executive of East and West Sussex County Councils, Becky Shaw, and Brighton and Hove City Council Chief Executive Geoff Raw marked Anti-Slavery Day with a UN Sustainable Goals pledge from their respective organisations to become a slavery free community in Sussex.
The pledge outlined how partners would work proactively with national and local government, law enforcement agencies, businesses, the voluntary and community sector, faith bodies and local communities.
On behalf of all Sussex partners, Detective Chief Inspector Kris Ottery of Sussex Police said: Monday 18 October is Anti-Slavery Day this year, so we reflect on the achievements of the last year and our ongoing collective effort through the Sussex
Anti-Slavery Network, which includes a wide range of partners across the county.
 
For more information about modern slavery and how to combat it, see;
Sussex Police Modern Slavery advice webpages 
The work of the Anti-Slavery Commissioner 
How the government is tackling Modern Slavery
 
If you think you have information that might identify or locate a potential victim or suspect for modern slavery, or someone you know is a victim of modern slavery, or even a location where you think exploitation might be happening, please​ report it online or call the police on 101 (always call 999 in an emergency).
You can also contact the national Modern Slavery Helpline on 08000 121 700 or the Salvation Army Modern Slavery helpline on 0300 303 8151, or the independent charity Crime stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
TO SEE THE FULL STORY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK OR GO TO OUR WEBSITE.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/news/sussex/news/news/sussex-partners-mark-anti-slavery-day/
 
Crime summary
The Street, Nutbourne – between 1700hrs 13th October and 1520hrs 15th October, the lock was broken and entry gained to a garage. Tools and a pedal cycle were stolen. Cad 0839 14/10/21.
Lambs Farm Road, Horsham – between 1700hrs and 2310hrs 14th October, a panel was removed from a rear door and access gained to the property, a search was made in the upstairs of the property but nothing appears to have been stolen. Cad 1489 14/10/21.
Howard Road, Horsham – between 4th and 7th October, a garage door was forced and damaged, believe in an attempt to enter and steal. No entry was gained and nothing was stolen. Cad 1530 16/10/21.
Church Street, West Chiltington – between 2130hrs 12th October and 1430hrs 13th October, a number plate was removed from a Land Rover Discovery. Cad 0834 14/10/21.
Robert Way, Horsham – between 2200hrs 13th October and 0500hrs 14th October, damage was caused to a lock on a van. Entry was gained and power tools were stolen. Cad 0232 15/10/21.
Bishopric, Horsham – at approximately 0227hrs 15th October an insecure van was entered, a search was made but nothing appears to have been stolen. There are images on ring door bell and investigations continue. Cad 0545 15/10/21.
Kithurst Hill Car Park, Storrington – 15th October, a car window was broken and several items including a handbag and a jacket were stolen from the vehicle. Cad 0653 15/10/21.
Kithurst Hill Car Park, Storrington – between 1045hrs and 1350hrs 15th October, a window was broken and entry was gained to a vehicle, a bag was stolen. Cad 0738 15/10/21. 
Spencers Road, Horsham – between 2000hrs 13th October and 0800hrs 16th October, a VW campervan was entered, tools and a satellite navigation system were stolen. Cad 1082 17/10/21.
Parham Park, Parham – between 1030hrs and 1130hrs 18th October, a rear window was broken and a bag containing an IPad and mobile phone was taken. Cad 1261 18/10/21.
 
The Roads Policing monthly update for October has been published on the Sussex Police website and provides an overview of what our teams have been doing to keep our roads safe.
https://www.sussex.police.uk/police-forces/sussex-police/areas/campaigns/campaigns/.divisional-campaigns/roads-policing-update/
 
 

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If you saw or heard anything, or have any information about any incident in this message please contact us online, email us at 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101, quoting the reference number provided.

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org

 

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Adur, Worthing & Horsham (Police, District Engagement Officer, Sussex)

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