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.
"My CPT, working alongside key partners, will be focused on
protecting the most vulnerable members of our communities, problem
solving emerging crime and hidden harms such as preventing violent
extremism, hate crime, modern day slavery, gangs and anti-social
behaviour vulnerability issues.
We will also address youth offending and re-offending which will
help address volume crimes such as dwelling burglary and violence
against the person.
"You can follow my team's activity on our Thurrock Facebook
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policing team to report a crime.
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Police and Crime Commissioner public
June 9, 2016, 6.30pm - 8.30pm, The Beehive, West Street, Grays,
Local community meeting
June 16, 2016, 6pm - 8pm at Harris Academy, Mayflower Road,