How long will it take?
General Parking Issues For further information on local parking please .
Did you know- you can check the tax status of a vehicle here
In an effort to streamline the Crackdown process – we no longer deal with No Tax or weight restriction offences.
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It usually takes between 5 and 10 minutes to complete a report to Operation Crackdown. If you have already started a report, you can return to it at any time using the link at the bottom of the page.
What information will you need to provide?
About the incident – we will ask you for:
- The vehicle registration number (licence plate)
- Make, model and colour of vehicle
- Details about when and where the incident happened – our online map will help you identify the area
- Any information that may help us identify the driver
What happens when you make a report?
Depending on how serious the incident, whether the vehicle has been reported before, and whether the driver falls into a high risk category, we might:
- forward your report to the Sussex Police Road Policing Unit so local officers can take appropriate action.
- send a warning letter to the registered keeper of the vehicle.
- keep your report in the Crackdown database, providing a history of the vehicle and allegations.
- identify and address regular ‘hotspots’ of anti-social driver behaviour.
So it’s ALWAYS worth making a report, even if no immediate action is apparent. More about the Crackdown process
Want to know what Anti-Social Driving is happening in your area?
Then please click here to visit the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership
“I have reported on Crackdown several times. It only takes a few minutes – if everyone did it, dangerous drivers would get the message that they can not just get away with it.”
Member of the public
“Knowing there will be consequences if I am reported again has definitely made a difference to my driving.”
Driver who received a warning letter from Crackdown