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Crimes committed at railway stations between Brighton and Hastings

The crime statistics for railway stations across the UK have been released for the past two years, so we’ve created a virtual journey between Brighton and Hastings (Ore) on the East Coastway route.

We’ve provided the crime figures for all the main stations our readers may use, plus the passengers numbers. However, we should point out that travelling by train is still a very safe option. British Transport Police add that busy stations will inevitably generate more reported crime. Figures compare March 2018 to February 2019 with the same period a year earlier.

All crime: 2018/19 - 0 incidents; 2017/18 - 1 incidents. Passenger numbers  111,859 (Credit: N Chadwick/Creative Commons)

5. Collington

All crime: 2018/19 - 0 incidents; 2017/18 - 1 incidents. Passenger numbers 111,859 (Credit: N Chadwick/Creative Commons)
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All crime: 2018/19 - 0 incidents; 2017/18 - 1 incidents. Passenger numbers  61,334 (Credit: N Chadwick/Creative Commons)

6. Cooden Beach

All crime: 2018/19 - 0 incidents; 2017/18 - 1 incidents. Passenger numbers 61,334 (Credit: N Chadwick/Creative Commons)
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All crime: 2018/19 - 0 incidents; 2017/18 - 0 incidents. Passenger numbers 5,768

7. Normans Bay

All crime: 2018/19 - 0 incidents; 2017/18 - 0 incidents. Passenger numbers 5,768
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All crime: 2018/19 - 1 incidents; 2017/18 - 0 incidents. Passenger numbers 7,371

8. Pevensey Bay

All crime: 2018/19 - 1 incidents; 2017/18 - 0 incidents. Passenger numbers 7,371
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