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Dispatch - Colchester Edition - Issue #9

Dispatch - Colchester Edition
24 August to 30 August
Colchester Police Station Open Day 2022
Following the event, Colchester Community Policing Team Inspector, Stuart Austin said:
“We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came to our Community Open Day.
“Our community is at the heart of our work, and we very much enjoyed the opportunity to speak with local residents, workers and visitors, answer questions and show you how we help people in Colchester, keep them safe and catch criminals.“
Teenager fined for abuse at football match.
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What you need to know before riding a personal watercraft
What you need to know before riding a personal watercraft
Upcoming Events
We host a number of events throughout the district where you can get to know some of the police officers and staff who protect and serve your community. Talk to us about the things that are causing you concern in your communities, get crime prevention advice or find out what we’re doing to tackle antisocial behaviour in your area. Whatever you would like to discuss about local policing, we’re here to listen and work with our local partners to resolve any issues.
Beat Surgery – Friday 2 September – 11am-1pm – Greenstead community centre.
Coffee with a cop – Monday 5 September – 10am-11am – St Helena’s Hospice, Angora business park Stanway
Meet your local PCSO – Monday 5 September – 12pm-2pm – One Stop, Wivenhoe, Vine Parade
Meet your local PCSO – Tuesday 6 September – 2pm-3pm – West Mersea Library
Coffee with a cop – Thursday 8 September – 11am-1pm – Poplar Nurseries, Marks Tey
Fesitval of Rice and Spice- Saturday 10 September – 10-4 - Firstsite
Coffee with a cop – Sunday 11 September – 11am-1pm – Oak Tree community café, Highwoods
Coffee with a cop – Monday 12 September – 12pm-2pm – Greenstead community centre
Meet your local PCSO – Wednesday 14 September – 11am-12pm – Hythe community centre
Coffee with a cop – Wednesday 14th September 10am-11am – CESSAC café, St Michaels
Coffee with a cop – Thursday 15th September – 10am-11am – Easththorpe church hall
Coffee with a cop – Thursday 15th September –1pm-3pm- Maison and Mollie gift shop, Wivenhoe
Coffee with a cop – Thursday 15th September – 4pm-6pm – Harris and Hoole café, Highwoods Tesco.
Coffee with a cop – Friday 16th September -10am-11am – St Helenas Hospice, Angora business park Stanway
Coffee with a cop - Tuesday 20th September – 10am-11am – Coffee hog, William Harris Way
Beat surgery – Thursday 22nd September – 10am-11am – Prettygate library
Beat Surgery – Saturday 24th September – 12pm-2pm – King George Playing Field car park, Wivenhoe
Coffee with a cop – Monday 26th September – 10am-11am – St Helena’s Hospice, Angora business park Stanway
Meet your local PCSO – Wednesday 28th September – 11am -1pm - One Stop, Wivenhoe, Vine Parade
Coffee with a cop – Wednesday 28 September – 1:30pm – Alli’s BBQ House, The Parade, Monkwick
Take a look at our Facebook page for details of our events, or head to the Your Area section of our website.
Please note events may be cancelled at short notice due to operational demands, details of which will be posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
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