Pegasus Scheme


If you have speech or communication difficulties, registering for a Pegasus card could help you in an emergency.

Anyone who has a disability or illness that may make it hard to communicate with the police in an emergency or difficult situation can register for a Pegasus card.

What we do:

  • You give us your details when you register with Pegasus which we save in a secure database. You will then be issued with a personal identification number (PIN) you can use when calling the police.
  • If you need to call us, you tell us your PIN and we can access your details right away. This means that you don't have to spend time giving your name and details and you can quickly get on with telling us why you called.
  • Pegasus is not just about contacting the police by phone, you can also show your card to a police officer, member of police staff or other emergency services staff should you require assistance in person.
  • When you show the card to someone, this will let the officer or emergency services worker know that you may require additional help and support.
  • If you ask us, we will share your Pegasus information with other participating agencies e.g. East Sussex Fire and Rescue, South East Ambulance Service, West Sussex Fire and Rescue and local authorities.

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  • Posted by familyburborough on 28 Jun 19 06:40

    For the second time, tried to use card with police, they were again unaware of what a Pegasus Card is and worryingly didn't know how to access details when I told them what it was. WHAT IS THE POINT OF THE CARD????