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Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #60

Dispatch - Essex Police Weekly Update
Garden security competition, Harlow, Southend and Basildon assault arrests, pair sentenced to life for murder and other news.
News 8 August to 14 August
Basildon: Arrest after pub assault
Southend: Arrests as two men left injured
Harlow: Two arrested after Market Street assault
Essex Police in Rochford District
When someone’s struggling in the water, fight your instinct to jump in. Stay on land and make the right call!
CALL 999 for fire & rescue (inland) or coastguard (at the coast).
TELL the person struggling to float on their back, THROW them something that floats.
#DrowningPrevention https://t.co/lMdJYKs7mA
Colchester: Appeal after serious assault
Harlow: Pair sentenced to life for murder
Wickford: Four charged in drugs and firearms investigation
Force Control Room
“Knowing that I’m helping people that really need it makes me proud to be a call handler.”

Meet Chloe who works in our Force Control Room.

Our call handlers are the reassuring voice that people need in the most worrying moments of their life.

Join us: https://t.co/0uB7Wd1WxS https://t.co/COmJmu2wV7
Grays: Man detained in Romania over lorry deaths
Nazeing: Man convicted of murder
Chelmsford: Man admits causing serious collision
Win approved garden security essentials.
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 Officer £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)
- Warning distressing content -
Don’t use your phone at the wheel
We know that Durham is a long way from Essex but we think the message from Durham Constabulary in this video is a very relevant one - Don’t use your phone at the wheel. 
Please be aware the video contains DISTRESSING CONTENT that might be hard to watch. 
"Look at what you've done." | Three lives lost, and one changed forever (distressing content)
"Look at what you've done." | Three lives lost, and one changed forever (distressing content)
Extra Eyes on our roads
Crime prevention advice
Watch the lights flash on your car when locking it as people have been known to stand nearby and use a signal blocker to stop your car from locking properly.
For more advice on securing your property, protecting your belongings and preventing becoming a victim of crime visit our crime prevention advice pages on our website.
Be fraud smart
Watch out for Impersonation scams
WhatsApp Impersonation Scam
WhatsApp Impersonation Scam
Obituaries
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague George Cartledge who retired as a Supt in 1987. He had transferred from South Yorkshire Police and then served at HQ CID. On retirement he re-joined as a support staff member in HR at Headquarters. He passed away on the 28 July 2022 aged 89 years.
Essex Police in Maldon District
Today, Officers from the Community Policing Team patrolled #Maldon on foot to speak to local residents and to provide a high visibility presence during the school holidays. We also received the seal of approval from the local marine life swimming past.
#ProtectingAndServingEssex https://t.co/dCPzZfrCIf
Dispatch - local editions
Remember to give us a ‘thumbs up’ or ‘thumbs down’ to enter our Secured by Design’ approved gardening security equipment giveaway.
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