Sussex police webcast
These forces amalgamated temporarily during the Second World War, from 1943 until 1947, but then policing reverted to the old system for another two decades.
Brighton Borough Police was abolished under the Police Act 1964 and became a part of Sussex Constabulary with Eastbourne Borough Police, Hastings Borough Police, West Sussex Constabulary and East Sussex Constabulary.
Sussex Police is the territorial police force responsible for policing the county of Sussex in southern England (which for administrative purposes is split into East Sussex, West Sussex and the city of Brighton and Hove). Policing in the county can be traced back to the first force established in Brighton in 1830.
A few years later on 13 March 1844 Chief Constable Henry Solomon was murdered in his office by a prisoner he was interviewing.
As at April 2017 West Sussex was led by Chief Superintendent Steve Whitton, East Sussex by Chief Superintendent Di Roskilly and Brighton & Hove by Chief Superintendent Lisa Bell.
Divisions are sub-divided into districts, each led by a chief inspector, providing a local identity for policing.
He is believed to be the only chief officer to have suffered such a fate.
Today all police aviation in England and Wales is conducted by the National Police Air Service.The last page asks for contact information about you - but this will only be used if the investigating official has any questions about the vehicle or location.