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Dunmow Central

Welcome to the Dunmow Central Neighbourhood Policing Team pages. We are committed to making your neighbourhood a safer place to live, work and visit and we will work with the community and our partners to tackle local problems. Dunmow Central is part of the Uttlesford district and covers the town of Great Dunmow plus the surrounding areas including Philpot End, Pharisee Green and Bigods Lane.

Below you’ll find the members of your Neighbourhood Policing Team and details of how to contact them.

Tom Monro

PC Tom Monro (Collar number 2317)

I am Pc Tom Monro, I have over 25yrs service with Essex Police and have previously served on the Road Policing Unit and as a shift response Officer. I am now the Neighbourhood Constable for Gt Dunmow, Felsted and Stebbing.

Contact details

Telephone: 101 ext 485108
Mobile: 07989174801
Email: tom.monro@essex.pnn.police.uk


PCSO Mike O'Donnell-Smith (Collar number 7816)

I have been a PCSO for ten and a half years and cover the Great Dunmow beat. I am available at various beat surgeries in the area.

Contact details

Telephone: 101 ext: 495108
Email: Mike.O'donnell-Smith@essex.pnn.police.uk
Telephone: 07989174801


Your local police station is listed below along with its opening hours and accessibility features.

Contact details:

Great Dunmow Police Station
Chelmsford Road
Great Dunmow
CM6 1LW

Tel: 101

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Opening Hours
mon12:00 - 18:00
tue12:00 - 18:00
wed12:00 - 18:00
thu12:00 - 18:00
fri12:00 - 18:00
sat12:00 - 18:00
sunClosed
Accessibility features
  • Disabled toilet
  • Induction loop
  • Ramp
  • Disabled Parking
  • Automatic Door Opening (via push button)
  • Confidential Room
  • Customer Care Pack
  • Visitor Parking Facilities

Mobile: 07989 174801

Below you can read about the issues that you have made a priority in your neighbourhood. We aim to act on the issues that matter the most to you.

Local Priority

Issue

Anti-Social Behviour caused by youths congregating in the car park at White Street, Great Dunmow and by loud music being played from vehicles.

Raised on 28/01/2013

Action

To provide a high visibility Police presence in the White Street car park, Gt Dunmow. This will be provided by Police Officers, PCSO's and Special Constables. Update- High visibility patrols are continuing, all youths found causing problems have been dealt with positively. Youths that have caused problems in the area have been dealt with positively. Police patrols will continue in the area

Updated on 23/02/2015

Local Priority

Issue

Speeding

Raised on 23/02/2015

Action

Local officers to conduct speed checks in problem locations. Assist Community Speed Watch groups.

Updated on 23/02/2015

Listed below are a number of events we invite you to come along to. They’re an opportunity for you to meet the team and discuss any issues or concerns you have.

Local Community Meeting- Stansted

Date:2nd March 2015 15:00 - 16:00
Where:The Day Centre,
Crafton Green
Stansted
Extra Info:This is your opportunity to find out and speak with your local Neighbourhood Policing Team and partners agencies to find out what they are doing to tackle local crime and Anti-Social Behaviour issues in your area. This meeting will be chaired by a Supervisory Officer.
Contact:Mobile: 07989174801

Dunmow Street Meet

Date:3rd March 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Where:Great Dunmow Library
47 White Hart Way
Great Dunmow

CM6 1FS
Extra Info:A chance to speak to a member of your local NPT. A member of staff will be available between 1000 and 1100 on the listed dates.
Contact:Email: 7816@essex.pnn.police.uk

Dunmow Street Meet

Date:12th March 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Where:Great Dunmow Library
47 White Hart Way
Great Dunmow

CM6 1FS
Extra Info:A chance to speak to a member of your local NPT. A member of staff will be available between 1000 and 1100 on the listed dates.
Contact:Email: 7816@essex.pnn.police.uk

Dunmow Street Meet

Date:21st March 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Where:Great Dunmow Library
47 White Hart Way
Great Dunmow

CM6 1FS
Extra Info:A chance to speak to a member of your local NPT. A member of staff will be available between 1000 and 1100 on the listed dates.
Contact:Email: 7816@essex.pnn.police.uk

Dunmow Street Meet

Date:30th March 2015 10:00 - 11:00
Where:Great Dunmow Library
47 White Hart Way
Great Dunmow

CM6 1FS
Extra Info:A chance to speak to a member of your local NPT. A member of staff will be available between 1000 and 1100 on the listed dates.
Contact:Email: 7816@essex.pnn.police.uk

Crime statistics for your neighbourhood are available below along with resolutions to broader crime issues.

View crime statistics for this neighbourhood

Update

Great Dunmow remains a relatively low crime neighbourhood but we recognise that if you have been a victim or witness of crime the perception may be very different.

In order to combat this fear of crime we will continue with high visibility patrols in the town. We also engage on a regular basis with partner agencies such as the local council and housing associations to find alternative ways to combat crime and address other issues in the neighbourhood.

Heating Oil
As it comes to the time when you are thinking about topping up your heating oil tank for winter, with the value of fuel it is worth considering its security.
In the more isolated parts of the countryside it is primarily domestic properties that have been targeted by the heating oil thieves, but we have also seen such thefts at farms and other businesses.
There are a number of security devices available that will protect your fuel supplies - details of which can be found via your fuel supplier or local plumber’s merchant. One such system is “GPRS Fuel-Oil Alarm” from www.compoundsecurity.co.uk and info@commandersecurities.co.uk which have “Secured by Design” accreditation; this detects a dramatic drop in fuel and calls you on the telephone. There are also other systems that will add on to an existing intruder alarm system, whilst others protect the filler cap and there are of course the conventional locks.
Another consideration would be defensive planting around the tank, concealing it and restricting access to it by gates or fencing, and where possible locating the tank under lighting in view of lived in rooms within the house.

“For larger quantities of fuel http://dieseldye.com/ supply a dye that will uniquely mark the fuel should it be later recovered. Use of the dye, combined with signs making it clear that the fuel has been marked, can act as a strong deterrent to thieves.

If you like any advice regarding security please do not hesitate to contact your local Crime Reduction Advisor by using the 101 non-emergency telephone number.

“Naturally we also ask locals to report any unusual activity seen around fuel tanks to police in an emergency on 999 or after the event on 101 or to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

You can take action in a number of ways to help make your neighbourhood a safer place to live, work and visit.

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