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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #53

Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
20 June to 26 June
Maldon: Organised crime group to pay back £800k
Focus on Fingerprint Examiner Victoria
Colchester: Reassurance after man arrested on suspicion of rape
Chafford Hundred: Man charged following drugs warrant
What is a Section 60 dispersal order?
What is a Section 60 or a dispersal order? What additional powers do they give police? How long can they be in place for?
T/Inspector Dave Gardiner of the Southend Community Policing Team explains why you might see a Section 60 or dispersal order in place after instances of disorder or anti-social behaviour, the authorisation process and what this means for law-abiding members of the public.
Section 60 and Dispersal Orders explained
Section 60 and Dispersal Orders explained
Epping: Men charged over jewellery store robbery
Chelmsford: Man guilty of rape
Southend: Seven charged in Class A drug case
Essex Police Marine Unit
Joint agency patrols with #Clacton @HMCoastguard on the #RiverBlackwater and #RiverColne today. Learning from each other’s skills and training. https://t.co/tlpM1U5goF
Loughton: Man admits stabbing
Brentwood: Man jailed after trying to force women out of cars
Southend: 15 stop and searches following disorder
Crime prevention advice
Social Media keyboard of trademarks and symbols
Social Media keyboard of trademarks and symbols
Received a text message or email saying someone’s logged into your social media account?
Don’t panic! It could be an attempt by a criminal to trick you into providing your personal or financial information such as passwords and passcodes.
Always login directly to your accounts to verify any requests and avoid clicking on links or attachments that you receive in texts or emails.
For more fraud prevention advice visit www.essex.police.uk/fraud
Force Control Room
“Please help, my friend has been involved in a fight outside the night club”.

Would you know what to do?

You could be saving lives day and night.

Apply to be a call handler today: https://t.co/0uB7Wd1WxS https://t.co/xncIrg60JS
Careers at Essex Police
Police staff vacancies
Business Services Assistant £20,118 to £21,399
Licensing Officer £24,576 to £26,565
Data Scientist £44,784 to £48,048
Property Officer £21,837 to £24,156
Operational Lawyer £38,064 to £41,517
PNC Support Officer £19,452 to £23,406
Crime Scene Investigator £21,135 to £37,281
PNC Support Officer £19,452 to £23,406
AMO (Data Analysis) Business Advisor £29,793 to £38,775 - Closing today
Senior Service Delivery Analyst £26,949 to £31,941 - Closing today
EUC Support Engineer £26,949 to £31,941 - Closing today
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 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)
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 Monday 4 July 2022 between 3pm and 3.30pm.
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.
We also have some upcoming recruitment information evenings for those interested in becoming a Special Constable.
Recruitment events
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 Monday 4 July 2022 between 3pm and 3.30pm.
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.
We also have some upcoming recruitment information evenings for those interested in becoming a Special Constable.
This week we remember
Served with Essex County Constabulary from 1 May 1935 having previously served in the army from 30 January 1928 - 15 April 1935. After training Richard was posted to Chelmsford and subsequently saw service in the north of the county. On 9 February 1942 he joined the R.A.F. He went missing on 27 June 1945, whilst serving as Flight Sergeant 1320457 with 117 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. He has no known grave and is commemorated on Column 449 of the Singapore War Memorial in Singapore.
Served with Southend Borough Constabulary from 10 March 1915 and died on 3 July 1916. In December 1915 he enlisted to join the Rifle Brigade but later transferred to 9th Battalion Essex Regiment. The regiment formed part of the 35th Brigade of the 12th Eastern Division. On 2 July the division relieved the 8th Division in the line opposite Ovillers where heavy fighting had taken place the previous day. On 3 July the bombardment was renewed at 2.15am by the 12th Division but at 9am the division had to report that the attack had failed. Ovillers was finally taken on 17 July by which time the 12th division had suffered over 2,300 casualties. 
Essex Police Memorial Trust
Obituaries
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Terry Dobbyn who retired as a Constable in 1999 and served at Basildon, Grays and Saffron Walden. He passed away on 6 May 2022, aged 68 years.
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