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  • Chief Inspector Mark Thorley, commander of Staffordshire Moorlands Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “We have not received any crime reports from Churnet Valley Railway in the last 12 months. Local officers have been to visit the railway this afternoon (9 Sept) but we are awaiting further information from their management to progress an investigation. If businesses do not report crime it makes it more difficult for us to understand the full picture and take preventative action.

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  • Business Crime Team Launch

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    Essex Police are paving the way forward when it comes to beating business crime, with the launch of the Business Crime Team.

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  • Environment crime

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    Many waste or environmental issues need to be reported to your local council or other agencies; find out who needs to be contacted.

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  • What is rural crime?

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    Certain types of crime are much more common in rural areas and some crimes, such as agricultural machinery and livestock theft, are uniquely rural.

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  • Do even more online

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    We're offering new online services to those who live in, work in and visit Essex, making it even easier to get in contact with your local police service.

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  • The Business Crime Team will be launching later this year and the Essex Chambers of Commerce has assisted in selecting its officers.

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  • Essex Police and Southend Borough Council are continuing to work to together to address the issue of unauthorised traveller encampments and minimise their impact on our local communities.

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  • Officers responded quickly and in numbers following a disturbance in the Chalkwell area and additional patrols will continue throughout this weekend.

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  • What is wildlife crime?

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    What wildlife crime is and what can you do about it.

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  • Two buildings operated by local councils where we have front counter provision have closed to the public.

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