Burgess Hill Town Council Help Point has Anti Social Behaviour forms which can be completed anonymously and put into the Anti Social Behaviour post box, alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your concerns/comments will be passed to the relevant department to deal with your enquiry. This may be the local Police and / or the Anti Social Behaviour Officer at Mid Sussex District Council.
You do not have to provide your name and address, but if you wish to leave your contact details your enquiry will be acknowledged.
Please report anti-social driving or abandoned cars via Operation Crackdown
Crimestoppers are an independent charity helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes. For more information, visit the Crimestoppers website.
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For information and to report crimes and incidents please visit the Sussex Police website.
StreetSafe is a new online tool from Sussex Police where you can anonymously tell them locations on a map where you feel unsafe, even if a crime hasn’t occurred. They can use information you share to help consider what measures could improve public safety. This is a non-emergency tool – if a crime has taken place, always contact the police via their website, by calling 101 or 999 in an emergency.
Burgess Hill has a well-established Shopwatch Scheme with 24 town centre shops actively participating. The Group works closely with Burgess Hill Town Council and Sussex Police. There is a close working relationship with neighbouring Shopwatch schemes and local schools.
To date Burgess Hill Shopwatch has proved extremely successful with stores and businesses attending monthly meetings and developing strong links to stamp out theft and anti-social behaviour on their premises and in the town centre.
The benefits of Burgess Hill Shopwatch include:
• Information sharing of local issues affecting stores and businesses.
• Crime prevention, crime detection and working collectively for the benefit of all stores, businesses and customers.
• Safety – assist vulnerable people and other customers in the town centre.
If you require further information on the scheme please contact the Town Council on 01444 247726 or email email@example.com