Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #46





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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
2 May to 8 May 2022
Essex Police approaches record strength as force welcomes 62 new officers
Brentwood: Man jailed for 23 years for attempted murder of a child
Thurrock: Second man charged with lakeside murder
Essex Police in Southend-on-Sea
Today PC Estall and PCSO Reynolds went to Southend Rugby Club for a medals day. The children enjoyed looking around the police car and trying on the police kit. The Officers gave the children safety advice and joined in on a kick around.
#CommunityPolicing https://t.co/FZUPeZWD3x
M11: Fatal collision
Brentwood: Four robbers jailed
Canvey: Tribute to motorbike rider who died in collision
Essex Chambers of Commerce cheque in with our Volunteer Police Cadets
Braintree: Man convicted of rape
Volunteers help to keep our roads safe
Specialist detectives take down drug gang
Uttlesford: Policing Our Parishes
Colchester: Meet our new investigate first officers
Family pay tribute to 19-year-old  Marley Kline
Colchester: Six charged after school is damaged
Crime prevention advice
Hidden keys aren’t so hidden
Leaving keys outside for you or your family to get into your home isn’t secure. Most burglars are opportunists and could use this as a way to break in. And it could invalidate your insurance if the worst happens. For more advice on steps you can take to secure your property, protect your belongings and prevent becoming a victim of crime, visit the crime prevention advice pages on our website.
Be fraud smart
Whether you’re booking that long-awaited holiday or just a short break, carry out thorough research into flights, package holidays or accommodation, to make sure they’re legitimate.
Criminals may take advantage of customers booking flights and staycations by advertising “too good to be true” offers or prices.
Stay scam savvy by reading online reviews from reputable sources before making any bookings.
Where possible, use a credit card when booking holidays over £100 and up to £30,000 as you receive protection under Section 75.
For more fraud prevention advice like this head the the fraud advice pages on our website.
Join Essex Police - Police staff vacancies
Geographic Facilities Assistant: £18,501 to £19,032
7 Force Network Director: £65,925 to £85,509
Intelligence Analyst: £26,865 to £34,578
Resolution Centre Investigator: £21,385 to £23,406
Contact Handler (full time): £19,702 to £20,199
Salary: £19,702 to £20,706 pro rata plus (Contract 3) unsocial hours payment and (Contract 4) unsocial hours and weekends working allowance.
  • 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)
Essex Police Rural Engagement Team
The team have been attending incidents all over the north of the county today, including anti-social dirt bike riding in @EPTendring area. Finished by assisting CID with a vehicle recovery at #PointClear https://t.co/VHMB4svKyI
This week we remember
Thomas Joyce was a gardener before he joined Cumberland and Westmorland Constabulary as a Constable. He transferred to Southend-On-Sea Constabulary on October 1, 1914 and resigned on March 30, 1915 having joined the Coldstream Guards. He was killed in battle on May 11, 1916.
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Michael Pearce who retired as a Constable in 1988 and served at Saffron Walden & Newport Village. He passed away on 13 April 2022 aged 93 years.
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Richard Harrington who retired as a Constable in 1997 and served at Basildon. He passed away on the 15 April 2022 aged 79 years.
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Keith Steven Jones who retired as an Inspector in 2006 and served at Colchester and Chelmsford. He passed away on the 16 April 2022 aged 65 years.
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