The Police
Message Type Icon

Sussex Alerts - Eastbourne Police

Friday 10th May 2024

Sussex Alerts - Eastbourne Police



Arrests made following youth related crime and disorder in Langney 


Following reports of youth related crime and disorder around the Langney Road area of Eastbourne on the afternoon of the 9th May 2024, we have made two arrests. 



Today, Friday the 10th and into the weekend, residents can expect to see an increased Police presence in the area.


Officers from your Neighbourhood Policing Team will be out and about in the area conducting enquiries and reassurance patrols within the community. 


Whilst on patrols Officers will also be speaking to shop owners, and members of the community, if you have any information that may help us with our enquiries please stop and let us know, or report online.



Criminal damage appeal


Police are appealing for witnesses and information after damage was caused to a hotel premises in Eastbourne.


The incident in Wilmington Square was reported at 10.10pm on Saturday, April 27.


Damage was caused to windows and doors at the premises.



A 41-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place.


He has been bailed, pending further enquiries.


Officers are appealing for witnesses or anyone with relevant information such as mobile phone, CCTV or dashcam footage to come forward.


Information can be reported to Sussex Police online, quoting serial 1289 of 27/04.



Collision appeal


Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a collision near Stone Cross.


The crash involved a silver Peugeot and a pedestrian on the B2104 Hailsham Road near Sharnfold Farm at about 12.30pm on Tuesday, April 30.



The pedestrian, 65-year-old local man, was taken to hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.


The driver, an 80-year-old local woman, was not injured.


Officers are investigating, and have appealed for witnesses or anyone with relevant information to come forward.


In particular, anyone with CCTV or dashcam footage of the incident is asked to report it.


Information can be reported to Sussex Police online or email collision.appeal@susex.police.uk and quote serial 694 of 30/04.



New app launched by Police.uk


May be an image of phone, motorcycle and text that says

To help you find what you need from policing a new app has been recently launched called Police UK.


You can find out all sorts of information about your local policing team, who they are, where they are based, how to contact them and if there are any upcoming events and news from your local area.


This is just part of what is available through the new app which you can download via both the Google Play and iOS App stores.


Search 'Police.UK' in your app store today to download.



Click, Call, Connect


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.


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.






Reply to this message

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

Neighbourhood Alert Cyber Essentials