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My Neighbourhood

This section is all about Neighbourhood Policing – us working with you to identify and tackle issues of concern across Essex.

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Neighbourhood Policing is about local policing, listening to your concerns, acting upon issues that matter most to you and helping you feel more confident in your community.

Neighbourhood policing teams
To help us achieve those aims we’ve created neighbourhood policing teams dedicated to small areas throughout the county.  There are 15 policing districts in Essex, each divided into areas known as neighbourhoods.

Each neighbourhood has a dedicated policing team that typically includes a sergeant, police constable, police community support officer and special constables.

These pages are designed to help you meet the officers.

You can enter your postcode or click on the area where you live on the map for information on how to contact your neighbourhood policing team, a list of their policing priorities and details of neighbourhood policing meetings.

The team want to hear your concerns. You can call their mobile, e-mail them, stop them in the street or voice your worries at one of the regular neighbourhood policing meetings.

Our aim is to listen, work in partnership with local agencies to find lasting solutions and bring to justice those responsible for committing crime, nuisance and disorder in your neighbourhood.

We ask. You say. We deliver.


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