Police in Sussex have launched a new campaign to tackle child sexual exploitation.
Officers believe around 140 youngsters in the county are at risk.
Around half of the offences involve online activity.
The three month campaign will aim to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation, and encourage victims to come forward.
ITV Meridian spoken to Dep Supt Jason Tingley Sussex Police.
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It took less than a minute to break-in, steal thousands of pounds worth of jewellery and leave. Tonight, the hunt is on for a gang of thieves captured on CCTV ransacking a shop in Sussex.
The gang of four used a crowbar to smash display cabinets at 'Decorus' in East Grinstead, as others stuffed jewellery into duffle bags.
And now local businesses say there just aren't enough police patrolling their streets.
Andy Dickenson reports. He speaks to Sgt Jim Collen and Stuart Scholes of the the East Grinstead Business Association.
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Sussex Police have issued a statement about the tragic events in Paris on Friday night, when a number of gunmen killed and injured hundreds of people in the French city. The British force commiserated with the victims and their families, and urged UK citizens to remain vigilant.
"Sussex Police's thoughts are with the victims and families of those affected by the terrorist attacks in France in which, according to current reports, more than 120 people tragically lost their lives. "Our thoughts are also with all the French people and our colleagues in Paris who are dealing with this horrific situation.
"We are continuing to monitor the situation following the attacks. We would urge the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour or activity straightaway by calling the confidential anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321 or 999 in an emergency."
Chief Marsh: "Thoughts of all police officers & staff are with the people of #Paris. We must work with all communities to defeat terrorism"
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Sussex Police have launched their own page on an online auction site to sell a backlog of seized goods with proceeds going to the community.Read the full story ›
A senior Sussex Police officer is under investigation following an allegation of racist and offensive behaviour during an incident.
The officer is alleged to have made the comments on September 5th while in a taxi that had picked him up while he was off duty in Eastbourne.
Another enquiry showed that an Inspector, also based in East Sussex, accessed a police computer in regards to this incident without permission.
These matters were referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission and it has decided to conduct an independent investigation.
Sussex Police has suspended the senior officer for the duration of the investigation into allegations of racist and offensive behaviour.
We take any report of racism very seriously, along with any inappropriate access to police IT systems and we will co-operate with the IPCC in their investigation.
Sussex Police cares about developing and has invested in building its relationship with BME communities, through its neighbourhood policing teams and support from an independent Race Advisory Group.
We remain fully committed to providing a fair and non-discriminatory policing service to our communities.
Sussex Police have released pictures of items stolen from cars over the summer in the hope of tracing the rightful owners.
They have recovered everything from jewellery, to clothing, TV's, handbags mobile phones, tools and even fishing rods.
"If you or friends or family have had any property stolen, please take a look at the recovered property as Sussex Police is keen to reunite property to the rightful owners and bring offenders to justice."
""It also helps us to catch burglars who try to sell these items on to second hand goods traders as the items can be traced"
There's much more, to see all the property police want to reunite with their owners click here