Our Current Priorities

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Every year we undertake a strategic assessment of community safety in order to select priorities for joint work for the forthcoming years which forms our business plan. 

 

On the 20 June 2018 representatives from partnership organisations attended a Safer People Safer Places event where our current priorities were reviewed and presentations given on the following issues:

  • Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner's Plan and Priorities
  • Organised Crime Groups, County Lines and Cuckooing
  • Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
  • Scams and Fraud: Trading Standards and the East Sussex Against Scams Partnership (with Charter Partner: Home Instead Senior Care (Eastbourne & Hailsham)
  • The Armed Forces Network in action with safeguarding cases
  • Working together to reduce Drug Related Deaths

 

For a copy of the combined presentation, and contact details for the presenters should you have any queries, please click here.

 

A short briefing can be found here.



Currently the priorities for the partnership for 2017-18 include:

 Exploitation of Young People

 

  Cyber Crime, Cyber Bullying and Online Safety

 

  Fraud and Rogue Trading including East Sussex Against Scams Partnership

 

  Modern Slavery

 

For additional work streams identified through other partnership processes please view our business plan below;

 

 


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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).

 

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