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Sussex Alerts - Sussex and Surrey Police Fraud Newsletter

Sussex and Surrey Police Fraud Newsletter


Dear Residents,


Each month we see many incidents of fraudsters targeting our residents in an attempt to defraud them, we continue to work hard to prevent this and support vulnerable victims of fraud or scams. 


This month we focus on Black Friday, financial abuse by a known person and sexual blackmail phishing. 


By following our tips and encouraging family, friends and colleagues to do so too, you can reduce the risk of becoming a victim.


Please find attached to this alert, the latest Sussex and Surrey Police Fraud Newsletter November 2023.





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For non-emergency incidents or crime prevention advice, click www.sussex.police.uk,  (If you report a crime online, we will assess it in the same way as a 101 call).


Call 101 when you don’t require an urgent response. In an emergency when life is threatened or there is immediate danger always call 999.


Connect with us face-to-face at a police station or contact the local policing team at www.sussex.police.uk/area/your-area.


If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can contact us using TypeTalk on 18000 or by sending a text to 65999.



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Jeremy Glew-Deval
(Eastbourne, Lewes and Wealden, Sussex Police District Engagement Officer, Eastbourne Police Hammonds Drive)

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