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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #50

Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
National Volunteers' Week 1-7 June
Thank you to our amazing volunteers
Start your journey
30 May to 5 June
Laindon: Eileen’s Jubilation at community beacon lighting
999 - help us to help you
Southend: Man charged in sexual assault investigation
Colchester: Murder investigation launched after woman dies
Essex Roads Policing
Looking back over the week policing urban,rural & strategic roads. Disrupting criminality, pro active road safety, recovering stolen vehicles, responding to emergency incidents, victims, volunteers & investigations.
Essex Police Special recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours List
Tree planted in honour of Queen’s Jubilee Green Canopy Project
Harlow: Men convicted of Cristian-Marin Patru murder
Southend: Staying safe this summer
BBC Look East joined us to find out how we’re keeping Southend and Leigh-on-sea safe this summer.
Watch Insp Paul Hogben and the Community Policing Team as they carry out Project Servator deployments in Old Leigh and outside Adventure Island.
BBC News find out how we're keeping Southend safe this summer
BBC News find out how we're keeping Southend safe this summer
Nine arrested during targeted roads policing operation
Nine arrested during targeted roads policing operation
Crime prevention advice
Back in a second or out for the day …
Secure your house in the same way, even if you’re just popping to the shops.
For more advice on securing your property, protecting your belongings and helping to prevent becoming a victim of crime, visit the crime prevention page on our website.
Be Fraud Smart
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We are aware of a scam reminding you, your subscription is about to expire or set to renew.
The email contains a phone number or link to a fake website designed to steal your personal and financial details.
Never click on a link always go to a site direct or use the phone number on a bill or previous contract.
Fraud advice and information
Careers at Essex Police
Police staff vacancies
Business Services Assistant £19,452 to £20,706
Internal Communications Officer £34,578 to £37,281
EUC Field Operations Engineer £24,537 to £28,755
Counselling and Wellbeing Adviser £34,578 to £37,281
Speak to our recruitment team
If you are considering a career with Essex Police or need help with your application, then register for our next online pre-application workshop on Tuesday 7 June 2022 between 2pm and 2.30pm.
The recruitment team will go through the recruitment and selection process step by step for your preferred career, from starting an application to joining us.
Discover what you’re capable of as a call handler
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Sydney Batten who retired as a Sergeant in 1983 and served at Brentwood, Ingrave, Grays and South Ockendon. He passed away on the 9 May 2022, aged 95 years.
This week we remember
William Henry Heap served with Essex County Constabulary from December 21, 1937. Prior to that he served in the Welsh Guards from 11 January 1934 to 4 December 1937. He was commended by the Chief Constable for ‘the diligent manner in which he pursued his enquiries in connection with a series of cases of breaking and entering’. On 1 December 1939 William was recalled to his former regiment. He was killed in action on Saturday 10 June 1944.
Harold Greenhaigh served with Essex County Constabulary from April 26 1937. Prior to this he joined the Territorial Army on 4 January 1932, and progressed to the regulars on 4 April 1933 where he remained for exactly four years. Harold married on 25 November 1939, prior to his recall to the army six days later. He contracted a rare blood disease and as a result was discharged from the army having attained the rank of Sergeant in the Grenadier Guards. He succumbed to the disease at Black Notley Hospital on 12 June 1943.
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