Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #54

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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
27 June to 3 July
Southend: Robbery victim thanks police for rapid return of iPhone
Loughton; Man jailed over stabbing
Policing with Pride
Harlow: District commander welcomes decision to suspend pub's alcohol licence
Chief Constable Essex Police BJ Harrington
Spent some time in ⁦@EPBasildon⁩ on patrol with CI McHugh the District Commander. Good to hear about strong partnership with ⁦@BasildonCouncil⁩ & Safety Partnership & speak to the public. #ProtectingAndServingEssex https://t.co/yKUDgEDDXw
Clacton: Man charged in Class A drug investigation
Visual Impairment Procedure
Class A drugs worth £600k stopped from reaching Essex streets
Rayleigh: Man sentenced after innovative detective work
Essex Police sexual abuse investigation team
Transfer to a force that values difference: DI Tony Atkin
Harlow: Woman charged with attempted murder
Coggeshall: Man admits animal cruelty
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Click the picture or the headline to read more about any of our stories. Any words underlined is also a link you can click on.
Crime Prevention Advice
Be sure at the door
Help prevent your loved one becoming a victim of distraction burglary by ensuring they know these tips:
STOP: Are you expecting anybody? You don’t have to answer your door!
CHECK: Ask to see the caller’s ID - are they ‘Buy with Confidence’ accredited?
SAY NO: Tell cold callers to go, and shut the door.
For more advice on step you can take to help protect yourself, your neighbours, your friends and family from becoming a victim of crime visit the crime prevention pages on our website.
Be Fraud Smart
Some phone companies provide national numbers and premium rate numbers, such as 0800 or 0845, to businesses or individuals, who often don’t need to provide ID to get them.
Scammers often use these numbers. They’ll divert them to unregistered pay-as-you-go mobile numbers or to a separate answering service, making them difficult to trace.
Because of this, don’t rely on the appearance of a phone number to tell you what sort it is.
For example, 0208 is usually a London number and 07952 a UK mobile number. But scammers buy these numbers to trick you into believing the business is legitimately based somewhere that it really isn’t.
Scammers also use software to have any number they wish to appear on your phone’s caller ID screen. This method, known as ‘spoofing’, means they can appear to be calling from a legitimate number linked to a person or company, when in fact they aren’t.
Always be wary of the identity of a person you don’t know when speaking to them on the phone. If a scammer gives out a phone number, that number can’t always be traced and the user identified.
For more fraud advice visit our website.
Essex Police Cadets
Some of our #EPCadets recently visited @NPASSouthEast as part of the National Volunteer Police Cadet Curriculum.
Cadets from our #Thurrock and #EppingForest units were invited to the NPAS base at #NorthWeald to learn about the work of the National Police Air Service. https://t.co/avhh50plq6
Careers at Essex Police
Police staff vacancies
Crime Trainer £27,432 to £32,394
HR Resource Planning Assistant £19,458 to £24,156
Business Services Assistant £20,118 to £21,399
Data Scientist £44,784 to £48,048 - Closing date Tuesday 5 July 2022
Property Officer £21,837 to £24,156 - Closing date Monday 4 July 2022
Operational Lawyer £38,064 to £41,517 - Closing date Monday 4 July 2022
Senior Internal Communications Officer £41,517 to £44,784 - Closing date Monday 4 July 2022
Licensing Officer £24,576 to £26,565 - Closing date Monday 4 July 2022
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)
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.
Could you be a Police Community Support Officer?
This week we remember
Peter James Wringe
Ian Dibell
Obituaries
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Frederick Hagon who retired as a Sergeant in 1971 and served with the Colchester Borough. He then re-joined as a support staff member in CID Admin. at Colchester until his retirement in 1991. He passed away on 18 June 2022, aged 97 years.
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Sharon Hunter who retired as a Constable in 2003 and served at Basildon, South Woodham Ferrers and Force Control Room. She passed away on the 17 June 2022 aged 52 years.
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