In addition, our SIU domestic abuse caseworkers, together with Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (IDVA) have been carrying out welfare visits to high risk victims to review their safety plans, and are also providing safety equipment to newly identified victims If you are a victim of domestic abuse we will put a safety plan in place for you.
You should also follow these safety tips: If an argument starts, if possible, remove yourself from the situation and any danger and go straight to a safe place.
Operation Blitz on Saturday 16th December commenced at 6pm and focused on the Langney and Shinewater areas of Eastbourne.
The Ratton Neighbourhood Panel will be holding a Public Meeting to discuss the proposal by East Sussex County Council Highways to convert the grass verge and footpath in Willingdon Road into a cycleway.
Public Health England has identified a small number of cases with E. Investigations have found a possible link to the above product.
Isolation – controlling where you go or who you are allowed to talk to.
Intimidation or threats – smashing or throwing things when angry, threatening to hurt children or pets.
News and appeals Our Christmas Domestic Abuse Campaign Operation Ribbon For some, Christmas can be a particularly tough time of the year.
We see an increase in reports of controlling behaviour and domestic abuse, perhaps due to the excessive alcohol, increased family tensions and financial pressures around Christmas time, but there are simply no excuses.
As a precautionary measure, Sainsbury’s is recalling certain batches of its Taste the Difference 4 pack Aberdeen Angus British Beef Quarter Pounders (Frozen) More information Operation Blitz notification of this weekend's phone number This weekend's phone number/s is: 07785372050 Please use the above number/s to contact the team direct to report anti-social behaviour between the hours of 6pm and midnight on Friday and Saturday.
This phone number/s should not be used to report any other crime or incident.
We are also recruiting 250 volunteers from our existing workforce to take on the role of domestic abuse ‘mentors’.
Our Specialist Safeguarding Investigations Unit (SIU) detectives are working with our front line responders to provide their expertise on investigations and the safeguarding of victims.
Even if you don't have an issue, they will be happy to stop for a chat to explain what they do, and how they might help you in the future.