Bognor Police Station, Bognor Regis
Description Bognor Police Station, Bognor Regis
Sussex Police serves a resident population of over one and a half million people: as well as people who live and work in our county, we welcome millions of visitors each year from the UK and overseas including over thirty million passengers travelling through Gatwick Airport each year.Our county is very diverse including rural and urban areas as well as cosmopolitan cities like Brighton & Hove.Our defining statement, 'Serving Sussex', means we're committed to keeping people safe (catching criminals, cutting crime and dealing with critical incidents), strong neighbourhood policing and making best use of our resources. Sussex Police demonstrates a firm commitment to equality and diversity, both within the organisation and through the service we provide to our public.
Policing one of England's largest counties presents us with continually evolving challenges as we serve our diverse and vibrant communities.
Specialist teams are responsible for the security of our ports along the coast and for Gatwick Airport: they work with their colleagues across Surrey, Kent and Hampshire as well as HM Coastguard to provide the most effective cross-border policing for the south-east of England.
Although they all have specific skills, our teams of dog handlers, specialist search units, roads policing and tactical firearms units all work in unison to ensure the success of large-scale operations around public order, counter terrorism and major incidents.
While some of our work makes the headlines, much of our daily work is much lower in profile but no less important: we find missing persons, protect vulnerable residents and keep our communities safe.
Behind the scenes, police staff collect intelligence and run the operational side of our organisation so that our frontline officers can do what they do best.
Emergency and Operations Planning
Scenes of Crime
Specialist Search Unit
Tactical Firearms Unit
The police helicopter Hotel 900 (H900) can reach speeds of 150mph and get to anywhere in Sussex in only 20 minutes. Over 1, 500 tasks are undertaken by H900 each year, from major incidents and life-threatening road traffic collisions, to missing person searches and crimes in progress.
Police dogs and their handlers are huge assets to the Force and hold a vitally important role in safeguarding the whole of Sussex. General purpose dogs are one of the most affective means for tracking, chasing and detaining suspects, searching for stolen property and missing people, and assisting public order units with crowd control.
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