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This phone number/s should not be used to report any other crime or incident.To report crime and incidents please contact us online, email us at [email protected] call 101. Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at on last weekend's Operation Blitz activity On Friday, the 5th of January 2018 our PCSO’s conducted Op. The area we patrolled included the Crumbles, where we experienced some problem with the youths causing a nuisance around ASDA and at the back of the stores. We also paid close attention to Pevensey Bay Road, where the bus stop has been vandalised on several occasions.This can be seen in cases such as young mum Chloe Davis, 20, who began receiving suggestive text messages from men who believed they had chatted with her on Plenty of Fish after someone set up a fake profile in her name.The term was first used in the 2010 documentary ' Catfish' - in which Nev Schulman discovered the gorgeous woman he fell in love with online was a middle-aged, married mum.
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.
' Catfishing' is when someone creates fake profiles on social media sites to trick people into thinking they are somebody else.
It is most common on social media and dating apps like Tinder.
It is not only those that live and work in the rural communities that can help in reducing these crimes.
Many of us visit the countryside whether it be to appreciate the wildlife, countryside surroundings and historic buildings, and we can all do our bit to help preserve these areas.There are two types of victims - the people who are duped into trusting someone with a false identity, and those who have their personal photos stolen and used by someone that isn't them.