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National Stalking Awareness Week 2018

What is National Stalking Awareness Week?

National Stalking Awareness Week will run from Monday 16th April until Friday 20th April, with partners across the UK holding events to raise awareness of stalking and the effect it can have on people. National Stalking Awareness Week is spearheaded by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, a national organisation which forms part of the National Stalking Consortium. This year the focus is on helping police and support workers recognise the signs of stalking at an early stage, and focusing on the motives of the stalker, not just on specific incidents or behaviour.
To understand more about stalking, the law and how to get support, please read the briefing document Stalking Advice.

Safer East Sussex Newsletters
Our latest Newsletter - September 2018
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Domestic violence and abuse, sexual violence and violence against women and girls newsletter. 

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Cyber Crime Weekly Bulletin

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When available and non restricted we will share these documents. Click on the image to see the latest round-up from the Cyber Crime unit.

The articles and views within the document are not necessarily the views of the Cyber Crime Unit and/or Surrey & Sussex Police and are sourced from publicly available material.


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East Sussex Against Scams Partnership Charter

Calling East Sussex organisations who wish to help raise awareness about the impact of scams / fraud. 

To sign up to the East Sussex Against Scams Partnership Charter and / or find out more details, visit the webpage and then email by clicking here.

We particularly encourage the sharing of the Useful scams contact numbers and latest ESASP Scams Bulletin (on the webpage).


East Sussex Safer Communities Partnership Business Plan

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