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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #59

Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
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12 months of Dispatch, RHS Hyde Hall Flower Show and competition, Pitsea murder appeal, Jaywick and Rayleigh arrests and other news.
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News 1 August to 7 August
Pitsea: Murder detectives continue to appeal for help
Specialist officers make multiple arrests this weekend
Jaywick: Two arrested following assault
Is your car roadworthy?
Rayleigh: Man arrested following assault
Buckhurst Hill: Appeal following serious assault
Chigwell: Man jailed over assault on Rabbi
Essex Police Business Crime Team
During our visits across #pitsea and #wickford this morning interacting with retailers we have identified new persistent offending groups.

We will now work with the shops to identify and prosecute these repeat suspects and look for additional court orders to protect staff
Grays: Man convicted on manslaughter
Rochford: Officer praises the bravery of historic sexual assault survivors
'Ponzi' fraudsters jailed for 14.5 years
International award for Stolen Vehicle Intelligence Unit
East Tilbury: Fatal collision
Thurrock: Appeal for anyone affected following M25 protest
Basildon: Man seriously injured following collision
Essex Police Dog Section
Officers spotted & pursued a stolen car before the driver took dangerous evasive action and crashed onto the rail line. PD Max supported and found the driver hiding in thick undergrowth. Before we can detain he made off again but helicopter located & Max prevents further escape.
Clacton: Man has substance thrown in face during robbery - did you see anything?
Harlow: Arrest over attempted assault
Braintree: Teens assaulted
Pattiswick: Man sentenced for cruelty to a fox
Pattiswick: Man sentenced for cruelty to a fox
Crime prevention advice
Don’t give burglars the tools they need
Tools stored in a shed or garage can be expensive but they can also be used to help break into your house.
For more advice on protecting your home visit the crime prevention pages on our website.
Be fraud smart
Sadly, we are still seeing fraudsters continue to target people by social media platforms such as WhatsApp, messaging from an unfamiliar number.
Claiming to be a family member who has a new phone number because their phone has been damaged or lost. The victim is then asked for money.
If you get an unexpected message like this take steps to protect yourself by calling your family member on the old phone number you have for them, and not the new number, in case this is a fraudster.
If you know someone who use’s messaging apps sometimes but might not be aware of the scam, please speak to them and make them aware of what to do.
You can forward the scam message onto Action Fraud by sending it to 7726.
For more advice on protecting yourself against fraud, or for information on what to do if you think you have been a victim of fraud go to our website.
Careers at Essex Police
Business Services Assistants: £20,118 to £21,399
Work Placement - HR Resourcing: £19,149 to £19,689
Geographical Facilities Team Leader: £27,432 to £29,331
Research Administration Office: £24,576 to £26,565
Uniform Storesperson: £21,837 to £24,156
Customer Contact Administrators: £21,837 to £24,156
Crime Prevention Tactical Advisor: £24,576 to £29,331
Business Services Assistant - Geographic: £20,118 - £21,399
Business Services Assistant - Geographic: £20,118 to £21,399
Business Services Assistant - Geographic: £20,118 to £21,399
Internal Communications Delivery Officer: £27,432 to £29,331
Witness Care Officer (Maternity Cover): £24,576 to £26,565
Detention Officer: £21,135 to £23,406
Resolution Centre Investigator: £21,385 to £23,406 
Contact Handler (full time): £19,702 to £20,199 
Contact Handler (part time): £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)
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Dennis Johnson who retired as a Sergeant in 1988 and served at Rochford, Laindon, Southend & Rayleigh. He passed away on the 13 July 2022 aged 88 years.
This week we remember
Stephen Greet
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