Police Community Support Officer
For all non-emergency calls dial 0845 60 70 999 - Only in the event of an emergency dial 999. Please note that all calls are recorded for policing purposes. The above two numbers should always be used to report any new crimes or incidents. However, if you’d like to leave a message regarding an existing matter or pass on information, you can do so by calling any of the numbers below. Police Community Support Officers for Chailey, Plumpton and East Chiltington are:
Steven Knowles - Tel.: 0845 60 70 999, Extension:27387, and
Julie Whittaker Jones - Tel.: 0845 60 70 999, Extension:20134.
For e-mail links go to the Sussex Police website Neighbourhood Policing section.
NOTE: If you leave a message, the PCSO will get back to you as soon as possible. Please bear in mind, however, that during particularly busy periods he/she may not be able to respond to individual queries for a few days.
Co-ordinating the Chailey, Plumpton and East Chiltington team are:
Neighbourhood Policing Constable: Adam Rose - firstname.lastname@example.org - Tel: 07787 685695,
Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant: Martin Theelke - email@example.com.
Chailey Neighbourhood watch co-ordinator: John B.Millachip - Tel: 01273 401092
District Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator: Mark Rendell (Sussex Police) - Tel: 0845 60 70 999, Ext 40111
STEER CLEAR OF CAR CRIMES. Please do make your family, friends and neighbours aware there is a spate of car crime in our rural areas. Please tell them to empty property from vehicles especially TOOLS! - anything on view! When parked anywhere, remember a lot of vehicle crime is the result of criminals seeing opportunities and taking them. Remove the temptation - even an old coat on the back seat is a target for someone to smash a window and grab it. Don't leave anything on display. If you have to leave items in your car, put them out of sight at the start of your journey. Never leave the following items on display as they are all particularly attractive to thieves: Mobile phones; Laptop computers; Credit and debit cards; Cheque books; Cash; Vehicle registration documents; Private mail, especially with your address on it; Tools; Satellite navigation equipment. This is the most frequent crime we have in our rural Parishes. Please be vigilant and pass on anything suspicious or any information to Sussex Police.
Door to door sales
Please do not buy from door to door sellers and always report immediately to Sussex Police on 0845 60 70 999. Please also remind the old and vulnerable to be vigilant. Door to door sellers are illegally selling goods if they do not have a hawker's licence issued by Lewes District Council.