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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #55

Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
4 July to 10 July
Braintree: Lifesavers thanked for saving shopper’s life
Clacton: PC Ian Dibell remembered, ten years after he was shot and killed
Harlow: man jailed after four knifepoint robberies
Colchester: Two jailed in drugs investigation
Southend: Roads Police officer swaps his car for a bike
Saffron Walden: Man in court after extradition from Kenya
Three men charged with drugs offences following proactive warrants
Grays: Man injured during assault
Essex Roads Policing
During June, 255 vehicles seized by @EssexPoliceUK for No Vehicle insurance / Driving licence offences
@SaferEssexRoads #VisionZero https://t.co/Qv6jBAuSxW
Manningtree: Charges in burglary investigation
Chigwell: Man admits hate crime after assault on Jewish man
Chelmsford: Man charged following serious collision
Project Servator: Helping to keep you safe at Stansted Airport
Project Servator: Helping to keep you safe at Stansted Airport
Southend: Man charged with attempted murder
Working with our communities to review Stop & Search
Southend: Seventh arrest in investigation into death of Simon Dobbin
First issue of Dispatch for Colchester is now available
Crime Prevention Advice
Always lock them up before leaving
Don’t let burglars in along with the cool air, make sure you close all windows before you leave, keeping your property secure.
For more advice on protecting your property visit our crime prevention page on our website.
Be Fraud Smart
Ten golden rules to prevent fraud
Fraud is when a person lies to you, or ‘scams’ you, to gain an advantage, such as taking your money or learning private information about you. This could be via email, text, phone or in person, either on the street or on your doorstep. 
Remember these ten golden rules to help you prevent fraud and beat the scammers.
  1. Be suspicious of all ‘too good to be true’ offers and deals. There are no guaranteed get-rich-quick schemes.
  2. Don’t agree to offers or deals immediately. Insist on time to get independent or legal advice before making a decision.
  3. Don’t hand over money or sign anything until you’ve checked someone’s credentials and their company’s.
  4. Never send money to anyone you don’t know or trust, whether in the UK or abroad, or use methods of payment you’re not comfortable with.
  5. Never give banking or personal details to anyone you don’t know or trust. This information is valuable so make sure you protect it.
  6. Always log on to a website directly rather than clicking on links in an email.
  7. Don’t just rely on glowing testimonials. Find solid, independent evidence of a company’s success.
  8. Always get independent or legal advice if an offer involves money, time or commitment.
  9. If you spot a scam or have been scammed, report it and get help.
  10. Don’t be embarrassed about reporting a scam. Because the scammers are cunning and clever there’s no shame in being deceived. By reporting it, you’ll make it more difficult for them to deceive others.
For more advice about fraud and how to protect yourself from becoming a victim, visit the advice pages on our website.
Essex Police in Colchester District
The first issue of Dispatch - Colchester Edition is now available! Sign up for the latest updates, crime prevention advice, community events info & more from Essex Police in the Colchester District. Subscribe for free and you can unsubscribe at any time: https://t.co/2nVHK7d3li
Careers at Essex Police
Police staff vacancies
Network Database Server Engineer £30,420 to £32,394
Collection/Delivery Driver £20,118 to £21,399
Management Accounting Technician £35,307 to £38,064
Geographic Facilities Assistant £20,118 to £21,399
EUC Support Engineer £26,949 to £31,941
Force Performance Analyst £33,360 to £35,307
Crime Trainer £27,432 to £32,394
HR Resource Planning Assistant £19,458 to £24,156
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)
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 Tuesday 9 August 2022 at 11am.
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 upcoming recruitment information events for those interested in joining us as a PC or Special Constable.
This week we remember
Alfred Hyde
David Evan Bowen Lewis
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