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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #44

Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
18 April to 24 April 2022
Essex Police - Rural, Wildlife & Heritage Crime
We have recieved reports of young males killing ducklings at a park in the @EPHalstead area.
If you have video evidence or know who is responsible, please report this to @EssexPoliceUK with incident number 725-130422
We need to work together to protect wildlife
Chelmsford: Appeal
We are investigating following an incident in Chelmsford where a man reported being threatened with what has been described as a firearm.
An Ocado delivery driver had parked at the junction of Vicarage Road and Moulsham Drive at around 9am on Friday 22 April when he was approached by a man described as wearing a silver motorbike helmet and green trousers.
It was reported the delivery driver was then threatened with what’s been described as a firearm.
It’s not believed anything was taken.
The delivery driver also reported to us that around two hours earlier a motorbike with two people on it had followed him in the Ongar area.
We need anyone who saw anything or has any CCTV, dash cam, or doorbell footage to contact us.
If you have any information you can submit a report online at or use the ‘Live Chat’ button to speak to an online operator between 7am-11pm.
Please quote incident 247 of 22 April.
Specialist detectives secure convictions of multi-million pound fraud
Harlow: Man jailed over stabbing
Fuel protestors in Thurrock
Chief Constable Essex Police BJ Harrington
Dropped in to thank officers on standby in case of crime linked to protest in Essex seen in past few weeks. Proud @EssexPoliceUK doing a great job, but all frustrated they are not back #ProtectingAndServingEssex in Essex & beyond. Thx to my teams & those assisting from across UK.
Be Fraud Smart
Is it too good to be true?
Join Essex Police - Police staff vacancies
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Project Manager £37,281 to £40,662
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Contract 1: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm (25 hours per week)
Contract 2: Monday-Friday 2pm-8pm (30 hours per week)
Contract 3: Monday-Friday 4pm-10pm (30 hours per week)
Contract 4: Saturday and Sunday 1pm-9pm (15 hours per week)
This week we remember
Frederick James Redhouse service with Colchester Borough Constabulary and volunteered for military service in 1915 with the Military Mounted Police. In 1917 he was serving on the Western Front and was struck by a piece of shrapnel whilst regulating traffic. He died of his wound on 25 April 1917.
William A Mann served with Essex County Constabulary from 6 June 1914. His police service lasted just 2 months before being recalled to the army at the outbreak of war. Gunner Willian Mann was deployed with 24th Headquarters Brigade, Royal Field Artillery when he met is death on 26 April, 1915.
John Wright
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague John Wright who retired as a Sergeant in 1984 and served at Hornchurch, Abridge, Harwich, Hutton & Clacton. He passed away on 21 March 2022 aged 87 years.
Derek Harris
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Derek Harris who retired as a Constable in 1975 and served with the Metropolitan Police, and the Southend Borough. He passed away on 19 March 2022 aged 93 years.  The funeral service has already taken place.
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