Always contact the police if you have been a victim or witness of a crime:
Other ways to report different types of offence or suspicions:
How to report racist, homophobic or other hate incident in East Sussex.
How do I report noisy neighbours and anti-social behaviour?
Use this system to tell us about vandalised street signs, fly tipping, dead animals, graffiti and so on.
Advice for victims of youth crime, including mediation, our restorative justice programme, and free confidential support from the national Victim Support service.
Safeguarding and safe parenting, how we offer protection to children, how you can report a concern and how we investigate concerns.
What to do if someone comes to you for help, or if you suspect someone might be at risk of any kind of abuse, including physical, psychological and financial.
Our web pages include information on how to deal with unauthorised camping.
How to report underage sales and information about the age restrictions and penalties in place for a range of goods.
Report anti-social or illegal driving, mobile phone use while driving, and unsafe, abandoned or untaxed vehicles.
Let us know in confidence if you think there is evidence of fraud or corruption.
Call, or use their online form, to report non-urgent matters or for general enquiries.