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Southend District

Your Community Policing Team is made of up police officers, police Community Support Officers and Specials under the command of an Inspector and a Chief Inspector District Commander.

The team aims to protect people from harm, speak with communities about their concerns, gather information and help find answers to local problems.

District Commander: Chief Insp Simon Anslow

“Essex Police must place its officers where they are needed most – and that is where the most harm is being caused in our communities. That will now be the focus of my Community Policing Team.

"The team will be locally based, locally accountable and will prioritise the issues causing the greatest harm in the Southend community.”

  Simon Anslow
     

Team members

 

Postal contact address

Inspector:
Bill Potter

Sergeants:
Tracey Butt
Ian Hughes

 

Southend Police Station
Victoria Avenue
Southend
SS2 6ES

     

Contact us via email

Southendcommunitypolicingteam@essex.pnn.police.uk

Remember - do not e-mail your community policing team to report a crime.

The e-mail facilities on this website are not monitored 24hrs per day.

In an emergency ring 999

To report non-emergency incidents or to report a crime dial 101 or visit the doitonline page on our website.

     

Upcoming meetings

Local community meeting

St Andrews Church, Westborough Road, Westcliff, SS0 9PP, June 7, 2016 at 7pm

United Methodist Church, Whittingham Avenue, Southend, SS2 4RF, June 13 at 7pm

Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue, Southend, SS2 6ER, July 15 at 7pm

Belfairs Woodland Centre, Belfairs Woods, Leigh, SS9 3SH, August 1, 2016 at 7pm 

St Cedd's Church, Mendip Crescent, Westcliff, SS0 0HN, August 2 at 7pm

 

   
     
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