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Essex Police Weekly Update - Issue #34

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7 February to 13 February 2022
Colchester: Commendation for officer who talked an autistic woman down from car park ledge
Braintree: Officer commended for tackling axe-wielding man
Harlow: Woman charged with murder
Stansted: Man convicted for making & possessing indecent images of children
Essex Police in Epping Forest District
Do you recognise the woman in this efit?

We want to speak to her. A man was approached by a woman who distracted him. His watch was missing. High St, #Epping, 10.30 am, Fri 24 Jan.
She's 20s, slim, long brown hair, glasses, East European accent.
Call 101 ref 42/21981/22.
Southend: Man convicted of wilfully ill-treating children
Organised crime group jailed
Standing up for Hanging up
Thurrock: Deterring criminal activity at our busiest shopping destination
Seven charged after south Essex drugs warrants
Southend: Appeal for witnesses after man was seriously injured.
Essex Chief Inspector prepares for race across Sahara Desert for charity.
Essex Police Rural Engagement Team
This morning we continued our work with @EnvAgency and @ChelmsCouncil on issues of illegal large scale waste sites. We will continue to support each other to bring those responsible to justice. @EPChelmsford
Fyfield: Justice secured following death motorcyclist, Mark Norris.
Chelmsford: Family pay tributes to 19-year-old, , Ashley Wadsworth.
Tilbury: Brothers jailed for 20 years for attack
“There is nothing in this world I’ve wanted more” 
- meet Basildon’s newest officer
Colchester: 'Please come home': Wife's appeal to missing husband.
Chelmsford: Man jailed for drug supply
Specialists officers take thousands in drugs and drug money off streets of Essex.
Basildon: Crimestoppers offer £10K reward for information about murder Terry Leeks.
Specialist officers safeguard more then 300 children.
Pitsea; Pedestrian dies following collision
Castle Point: Meet the officers responding to your emergency calls
Essex Police - Uttlesford
The Community Policing Team held their monthly beat surgery at the #Takeley community café this morning. Its a great opportunity to drop in and speak to the team about any concerns or issues you may have.

Our next visit is at 11am on 10th March 2022.

Look out for friends & family this Valentines
Criminals go to great lengths to use fake profiles in an attempt to build seemingly genuine relationships, before appealing to your compassionate side to ask for money.
Your friend or family member may be involved in a romance scam if they express very strong emotions and commitment to someone they have only just met. Another sign may be if they have sent, or are planning to send, money to someone they have not met face-to-face.
If you think someone you know has fallen for a romance scam they should contact their bank immediately and report it.
For more advice on protecting yourself, your family and friends from becoming a victim of fraud, visit our website.
Essex Police
You can now report antisocial behaviour online using our Live Chat service.
Live chat is our online reporting service, which allows you to send and receive real-time direct messages with our #Digital101 operators.
For more info go to
Join Essex Police - Police staff vacancies
Environmental Officer £29,793 to £31,725
Firearms Enquiry Officer £21,135 to £23,406
Quality of Service Officer £19,452 to £20,706
Senior Project Manager £43,860 to £47,058
Digital Records Officer £23,817 to £26,016
Information Officer £23,817 to £26,016
Press and PR Officer £34,758 to £37,281
Resolution Centre Investigator £21,385 to £23,406
Contact Handler £19,702 to £20,199
Contract 1: Mon-Fri 9am-2pm (25 hours per week) £13,227
Contract 2: Mon-Fri 2pm-8pm (30 hours per week) £15,756
Contract 3: Mon-Fri 4pm-10pm (30 hours per week) £16,103
Contract 4: Sat and Sun 1pm-9pm (14.8 hours per week) £12,136
Visit our website for full details, job descriptions and links to apply online.
This week we will remember
This week we will remember Felix Pauley, Walter Reeve and Herbert Guiver.
Police constable Walter Reeve
Police constable Walter Reeve
Police Constable Walter Reeve served with Essex County Constabulary from 22 September 1890 and started life as a gamekeeper at Foxhall near Woodbridge in Suffolk. His first posting after joining as a constable was to Southend and after moves all over the county, he settled in Coggeshall with his wife and seven children. Shortly before 6pm one winter evening, Walter Reeve left his house on duty to walk into Kelvedon to serve some notices and make a point. He should have been home by midnight, and when he failed to return the alarm was raised. His body was later found in full uniform in the River Blackwater at Little Coggeshall, near a point where there were no guard rails. There were no signs of violence, and the coroner recorded an open verdict.
Police Constable Felix Owen Warboys Pauley served with Essex County Constabulary from 26 April 1937. After posting to Romford and on mobile patrols at HQ and Clacton, he joined the R.A.F. on 29 September 1941. He was killed on an air operations on Wednesday 16 February 1944 which serving as Air Bomber with 106 Squadron. His Lancaster crashed on the way back from an operation in Berlin. Four crew, including Felix, died in the crash.
Herbert Guiver served with Essex County Constabulary from 8 October 1906 and moved to Southend Borough Constabulary on 1 April 1914. Four months later, with the outbreak of war, he was recalled to the Colours and assigned to the 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment. After many battles in France, his division withdrew to move north to Flanders. Herbert was killed when a shell exploded in his trench on 17 February 1916.
Read more about Herbert and other Essex officers on the Essex Police Memorial Trust website.
The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the sad death of our former colleague Richard Soward who retired as a Sergeant in 1998 and served with the Southend Borough, Rayleigh and Westcliff.
Visit our obituaries page for more information.
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