Sussex Police: Drink and drug-drivers 'continue to ignore the dangers' as dozens of arrests made in first week of new campaign
Drink and drug-drivers are committing an ‘unforgiveable act’, according to the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner. Katy Bourne OBE made the comments, as Sussex Police launched its annual summer crackdown on drink and drug-drivers, running from August 1 to September 1. Officers have already been conducting roadside checks on drivers, and in the first week, made 50 arrests, police said.
"The thing I’m annoyed about is the council hasn't done anything and neither has the police" People living close to a park where an unauthorised encampment is based are demanding action nearly a week after Travellers arrived. Surrey Police said they are aware of a group of 16 vehicles and caravans on Stoughton Park and are monitoring the situation as well as conducting patrols of the area.
The Met and Surrey Police, as well as London Fire Brigade and RNLI were part of a major search before the man's body was recovered from the water in the River Thames near Hampton Court from the River Thames near Hampton Court. He was reported to be in the water just before 4.15pm on Sunday and a major search was launched by officers from the Metropolitan and Surrey Police, London Fire Brigade and the RNLI.
The body of a man who went missing in the River Thames near Hampton Court Bridge has been found by police. Three police forces, the London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Service and the RNLI were called to the scene at around 4.10 pm yesterday afternoon (August 14) and after an extensive search which led late into the evening, police divers recovered the man's body at 10.30pm.
Surrey Police hunt for two cars after hit-and-run crash in Epsom that left moped rider seriously injured
The collision on Epsom High Street happened at around 12.40am on Sunday (August 14) A moped rider has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a late night collision with a car on Epsom High Street. Surrey Police said officers were called at around 12.40am on Sunday (August 14) to the incident, which took place on the stretch of road between the junction for Waterloo Road and Ashley Road, and the junction for Church Street and East Street.
Surrey Police appealed for information from anyone who may have seen the incident at around 12.40am on Sunday (August 14) Epsom High Street was closed in both directions on Sunday (August 14) after a crash overnight that left a moped rider in hospital with serious injuries.
POLICE have issued a warning for Britons to remain vigilant, after one man was cruelly targeted for thousands of pounds. Sadly, fraud is on the rise, and vulnerabilities are being preyed on to victimise unsuspecting individuals. Surrey Police shared the unsettling story of one man who fell victim to a heartbreaking instance of a scam.
Following the incident, people are being urged not to jump into "unknown" water The body of a man has been pulled from the River Thames after members of the public reported seeing someone disappear out of sight in the water. Surrey Fire and Rescue Service tweeted at about 11am on Friday (August 12) to say crews had been called to Desborough Sailing Club in Shepperton on Thursday night (August 11).
SURREY Police are turning to DNA technology to tackle dog thefts in the county. The force have launched a partnership with DNA Protected, a UK-wide dog DNA database service designed to deter theft and help ensure a stolen dog’s safe return to its owner. Over the past two years there has been a national increase in demand for dogs and puppies as people spent more time at home during the pandemic.
The discovery was made in the early hours of this morning after emergency services began a major search last night A man's body has been found in the River Thames in Surrey. Emergency services rushed to the scene last night and the discovery was made in the early hours of this morning (Friday, August 12).
Surrey Police officers and rescue teams were called to the River Thames near Desborough Sailing Club in Shepperton shortly after 8pm yesterday A man's body was pulled from the River Thames last night after a frantic search by rescue teams. Emergency services were called to the river near Desborough Sailing Club in Shepperton, Surrey shortly after 8pm yesterday.
A body has been pulled from the River Thames after a search for a man who disappeared under the water, police have said. Emergency services were called to a stretch of the waterway near a sailing club in Shepperton, Surrey, on Thursday evening. Millions more to face hosepipe ban - UK weather latest
A body has been pulled from the River Thames after a man disappeared under the water. Emergency services were called to the stretch of river near a sailing club in Shepperton, Surrey, shortly after 8pm on Thursday evening, following reports a man had gone underwater but failed to resurface.
Officers don't want people to fall foul of the scam Police are warning people in Surrey about a scam involving drains which are apparently blocked. Officers are investigating a number of reports where drains are claimed to be blocked or are being blocked by suspects. The male fraudsters will say they will clean the drains and then ask for cash payments.
It happened on York Road at the junction with Denmark Road last night Police are appealing for witnesses after a child was left with serious injuries following an accident in Guildford last night (August 10). The incident, which occurred on York Road at the junction with Denmark Road, saw a child rushed to hospital with serious injuries after Surrey Police were called at 8.20pm.
Published on: Updated on: Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses after a serious collision in Guildford yesterday (August 10) between a black Volkswagen car and a pedestrian child who was using a scooter. The incident occured at around 8.20pm on York Road in Guildford, at the junction with Denmark Road.
Police are looking to speak to four men after a late-night assault in Epsom. The victim was walking along Epsom High Street at around 1am on July 2, when he was shoved to the ground and repeatedly attacked. Police have released CCTV pictures of four men they would like to identify to help with further investigations into the incident.
A teen from Wiltshire is among the country’s worst yobs after being arrested more than 100 times. The 17-year-old boy is well known to police, who arrested him for the 138th time last year. He was first nicked by officers when he was aged just 14 years old.