Sussex Police are to conduct three reviews into their handling of the deaths of two women in West Sussex.
Robert Trigg was convicted last week for the murder of Susan Nicholson in 2011 and the manslaughter of Caroline Devlin in 2006.
At the time the force found neither of the deaths to be suspicious, despite one of the victim's families campaigning for Sussex Police to reinvestigate their daughter's death. The force says it will publish key findings from the reviews.
52 year old Trigg was sentenced to life with a minimum term of 25 years.
The IPCC has undertaken a thorough assessment of the information contained within the referral made by Sussex Police following the conviction of Robert Trigg."
“We have determined that the referral does not meet the criteria for IPCC involvement, as there have been no conduct or complaint matters identified in the referral that could allow us to determine that an independent, managed or local investigation is or is not required."
“We have requested that should any new complaint or conduct matter come to light during Sussex Police’s internal reviews, that this be referred to us.”
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A man from Brighton is wanted by police after breaching the conditions of his early release from prison.
Dean John keily, aged 34, from Brighton was serving 140 days for driving while disqualified. The sentence was imposed by South London magistrates on 20th February. He was released on licence from HMP High Down in Sutton in Surrey on 28th April. However after he breached the terms the licence was revoked on 24th May 2017, - and he must return to custody to complete the sentence in full.
Keily has family in Brighton, but also has connections in Croydon and Sutton in Surrey. He has a distinctive scar on his right cheek which runs from his nose to his ear, and he has another scar between his eyebrows, as well as a one-inch a scar on his forehead.
Sussex Police are asking anyone who sees Keily, or who knows where he is to contact sussex Police by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org ; or by filling in a Sussex Police online response form; or by telephoning 101, and quoting serial 1117 of 24/05. In an emergency do call 999.
Police investigating the violent robbery of a service station in Cross-in-Hand in East Sussex have released dramatic CCTV of the incident.
At around 3.10am on Saturday 25th March, two men entered the Esso Service Station in Mayfield Road, one armed with a large knife and the other carrying a Samurai sword.
The attack lasted approximately two minutes during which time one shop worker was hit over the head and the other was pushed to the ground and dragged along the floor.
The two suspects then made off empty-handed in a vehicle that may have been parked in a nearby car park. The vehicle headed off at high speed towards Heathfield.
The victims, both local men, aged 30 and 49, were taken to Eastbourne District General Hospital to be checked over and discharged later the same day.
Nashreen Issa's report shows scenes of the assault that some viewers may find distressing.
Those responsible are both described as white men, wearing black or dark clothing and had local accents.
While their faces are not particularly visible in the CCTV footage, police are hoping that someone might recognise them from their build or perhaps the way they move.
Anyone who was in the area at the time and saw something or may have information regarding the incident is asked to report online at https://sussex.police.uk/appealresponse or call 101 quoting serial 200 of 25/03.
Police in Brighton are appealing for witnesses after they were called to reports of a man being stabbed in East Street on Saturday 27th May.
The victim, a 25 year old man from Tadworth in Surrey, was taken by ambulance to the Royal Sussex County hospital where he was treated for a single stab wound to his back. He was discharged from hospital the next day.
The suspect is described as a black man, 6 feet tall and is in his mid-20s. He had his hair tied back into two buns and wore a grey hooded top.
Anyone who was in the area at the time or recognises the man in the CCTV image is asked to contact police online or call 101 quoting serial 1480 of 27/05.
Alternatively you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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Concern is growing for the welfare of a man who went missing on Good Friday. Simon Dalwood, aged 36, was last seen at his mother's home in Cornflower Close at lunchtime on Friday 14th April.
Sussex Police are appealing for anyone who sees him to contact the force by either emailing email@example.com ; or by telephoning 101 and quoting serial number 1225 of 14/04.
If Simon is in danger or in need of urgent medical help please dial 999.
"We are concerned about Simon as he has left without his wallet and car and this is out of character for him. If anyone has seen him please let us know."
A mother critically injured when a car crashed into her and her family while out on a Sunday afternoon walk in Sussex - has died. The 37 year old woman was hit alongside her husband and three children - one of whom was in a pram - in Battle. Andy Dickenson reports.
The report features viewer video, and an interview with Sgt Dan Pitcher from Sussex Police.
A 37-year-old mother of three children who was left fighting for her life after being seriously injured by a car which then crashed into a cafe in Battle in Sussex, has died from her injuries.
The police are appealing for witnesses. The tragedy happened on the afternoon of Sunday 19th March in Upper Lake off the High Street in Battle.
"Our thoughts are very much with the family at what is a very difficult time, and we would ask people to respect their privacy while they try to come to terms with what has happened."
A couple and their three children have been injured after a car crashed into them, in Battle on Sunday afternoon.
According to reports the family were walking along the high street when a black Volkswagen Beetle collided with them, before driving into the front of a cafe window, leaving customers trapped inside.
The female driver and the three children, including an infant in a pram, were treated for shock and minor injuries.
However the parents suffered severe injuries. The mother has been described as being in a critical condition and the father seriously ill with head injuries.
Police examining the circumstances of the crash are investigating reports that the car driver may have been under the influence of alcohol when it occurred.
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