Safer East Sussex Team - East Sussex County Council
Safer East Sussex Team - East Sussex County Council
  • Hammonds Drive Police Station
    Hammonds Drive
    East Sussex
    BN23 6PW
Community safety remains one of the top priorities for the people of East Sussex. The Safer Communities Partnership is the key strategic partnership in overseeing the plans to tackle crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour and re-offending.

Our partnership involves a range of agencies that are committed to ensuring that East Sussex remains a safe place for residents and visitors. It actively promotes working together to improve the safety and well-being of residents and visitors by sharing information and taking joint action. The partnership is doing this in East Sussex by focusing on key priorities.



The East Sussex Safer Communities Partnership undertakes a strategic assessment of community safety in order to select work streams and plan activity for the year ahead.

Current priorities for 2019/20:

  • Serious and organised crime
  • Serious violent crime     
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Online Safety
  • Drugs & Alcohol

Visit our web-site to view our latest business plan and community safety help and advice pages.

If you think someone is in immediate danger call 999, for non-emergency call 101

If you need to get help or get advice about any exploitation concerns, contact the Modern

Slavery Helpline 0800 0121 700 (24/7 line)

thebestof Eastbourne is proud to be a Charter Partner to this great initiative.

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