Search & Rescue Incidents during week of 16th to 22 March 2015

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Search & rescue Incidents during week of 9th to 15th March 2015

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Search & Rescue Incidents During week of 2nd to 8th March 2015

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Beachy Head Marathon

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Radio Communications Upgrade

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Search & Rescue Incidents during week of 16th to 22 March 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 22 searches during the week ending 22nd march 2015, resulting in the rescue of 15 who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 8 searches by sussex police for Despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons, 1 by the Beachy Head Pub, and 2 by the general public.

The frontline pro-active team came across came across a further 11 persons during our routine patrols.

Gladly there were no deaths at the cliffs this week.

Search & rescue Incidents during week of 9th to 15th March 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 16 searches during the week ending15th March, resulting in the rescue of 7 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 10 searches by sussex police for despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons.

The Frontline Pro-active team came across another 6 persons during our routine patrols

Sadly, there was a death at the cliffs this week.

Search & Rescue Incidents During week of 2nd to 8th March 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 6 incidents During the week ending 8th March, resulting in the rescue of 4 persons who were despondent/ Suicidal.

We were called yo 1 search by Sussex Police for despondent / missing / suicidal persons.

The Frontline Proactive team came across 4 persons during our routine Pro-active patrols.

Sadly there were 2 deaths at the cliffs this week.

Beachy Head Marathon

Christina Baker, from Sainsbury’s Heathfield store, recently ran the Beachy Head Marathon to raise money for the Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team.  She raised an incredible £413 which was made up to £500 from the Sainsbury’s Heathfield store.

Sainsburys March 2015

The Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team would like to thank Christina Baker and Tracey Caddick, both from Sainsbury’s Heathfield for raising this money.

Radio Communications Upgrade

The Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team are very happy to announce that a planned upgrade to their radio service has now been completed.

We have managed through negotiations with Sussex Police and OFCOM to secure a Licence and a facility to connect our radio communications to the mast in the Beachy Head area. Mark Pybus, Director and team member was pleased to say that for the first time ever we have managed to secure communications over the full area of our work, and that this should help to make team member’s safer and to allow us to be more effective in our service.

I would like to Thank Sussex Police, Adur Communications and OFCOM for their help in achieving this goal.

 

Mark Pybus

Director Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team.

 

Search & Rescue Incidents during week of 23rd Feb to 1st March 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 19 searches during the week ending 1st March 2015, resulting in the rescue of 11 persons who were despondent/ Suicidal.

We were called to 11 searches by Sussex Police for despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons and 4 by the general public.

The Frontline Pro-active team came across another 4 persons during our pro-active patrols.

Sadly There was one death at the cliffs this week.

Search and Rescue incidents during week of 16th to 22nd February 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 11 searches during the week ending 22nd February 2015, resulting in the rescue of 4 persons who were believed to be despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 6 searches by sussex police for despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons, 2 from the general public, and 1 from the Birling Gap hotel.

The frontline pro-active team came across another 2 persons during our routine patrols

There were no deaths at the cliffs this week

Search & Rescue Incidents during week of 9th to 15th February 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 14 searches during the week ending 15th February, resulting in the rescue of 11 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 5 searches by Sussex Police, for despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons.

The frontline pro-active team came across another 9 persons during our routine patrols.

I am pleased to be able to confirm that there were no deaths at Beachy Head this week.

 

Search and Rescue incidents during week of 2nd to 8th February 2015

Beachy Head Chaplaincy Team were involved in 13 incidents during the week ending 8th February  resulting in the rescue of 6 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 7 searches by Sussex Police  for despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons.

The frontline pro-active team came across another 6 persons during our routine patrols.

I am happy to be able to state that there were no deaths at the cliffs this week.

Search & Rescue incidents during week of 26th Jan to 1st Feb

Beachy Head Chaplaincy team were involved in 12 searches during the week ending 1st February resulting in the rescue of 5 persons who were despondent/ suicidal.

We were called to 9 searches by sussex Police for despondent/ missing/ suicidal persons.

The frontline proactive team came across another 3 persons during our routine patrols.

I am please to state that there were no deaths at the cliffs this week.