WorthingSeptember 29th, 2020
Worthing Police conduct proactive days of action to combat anti-social behaviourWorthing Police are continuing their proactive policing to tackle anti-social behaviour and disorder.
Officers and staff conducted four days of action around the town centre designed to address anti-social, disruptive and criminal behaviour in the area.
Over the four days officers conducted high visibility patrols, engaged with members of the public, seized alcohol from those in breach of the public space protection order and issued three section 35 dispersal orders.
Adur and Worthing Chief Inspector Sarah Leabeatter added: “Our officers and staff have been patrolling the town centre to address any issues of ASB or disorder.
“We are aware a small minority of people who are causing concern within the communities and this is simply unacceptable.
“I am pleased to say that, on the whole, the public are acting in a respectable manner and the fact that no arrests were made on our four-days of action shows this.
“We will continue to engage and work with partner agencies to ensure the relevant action is taken against those who are being disruptive. Just last week we issued two community protection notices to individuals who have persistently been causing ASB.
“We would continue to ask members of the public to report ASB and disorder within the town to us either online or by calling 101.”
September 29th, 2020
National Road Safety Survey....closing date 30/09/2020The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners has launched a national road safety survey to help inform the Home Office’s review of roads policing and any future plans for enforcement.
We know this is a top priority for Sussex residents, and Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne wants to make sure you have your say: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/apccsaferoads
It only takes 60 seconds to complete and will close on Wednesday 30th September at midnight.
We are sorry for the short notice but have only just been asked to circulate this information.
September 29th, 2020
Teenagers assisting police in connection with Worthing park incidentFour teenagers have been identified in relation to an incident at a Worthing park.
A 13-year-old local boy sustained life-changing injuries after falling from a swing at the park known as ‘Kitty’s Field’, off Dominion Road, on 8 September. He currently remains in hospital.
Four teenagers voluntarily attended police interview in response to a police appeal for information, and are fully assisting officers with their enquiries. No other persons are being sought.
We would like to thank the local community for their patience and understanding while we investigate this incident, and we would we urge people not to speculate as we seek to establish the full circumstances.
September 21st, 2020
FREE Special Afternoon of Entertainment & Virtual Afternoon Tea at Three for World Mental Health DayOn Saturday 10th October (World Mental Health Day) people of Worthing are invited celebrate the end of Worthing’s first ever online Mental Health Awareness Week with a FREE special afternoon of Entertainment & Virtual Afternoon Tea at Three lived streamed to Facebook courtesy of The Glamour Club who are thrilled to be partnering with WMHAW for the Grand Finale!
Janice Moth founder of the Glamour Club said:
“What better way to celebrate the end of a fantastic week than with a ‘Glamour Club Afternoon Tea at Three’.
Prepare yourselves for a treat fit for Kings & Queens and a great night out during the day.
We are bringing The Glamour Club Experience right into your own front room! With live music from the delightful Karen Etherington who will entertain us with our favourite songs from 40’s to 70’s.
So, dust down your finest clothes, prepare your own afternoon tea, set it upon your best crockery, switch on your computer and join in the fun.”
Taking place via Zoom on Saturday, 10 October 2020 between 3pm and 5pm!’.
The aim of the Week is to challenge the stigma around mental health and to provide good quality information in a safe and non-judgemental environment. Throughout the week there will be sessions of promoting selfcare and resilience.
The event will be held on our own Zoom Account hosted by MC Bob Smytherman and live streamed to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/worthingmentalhealthawarenessweek
To Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 819 0384 1405
Full details of the events planned for the week are available on our website
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