Policing

Don't settle for a lack of police presence in your village. 

Report ALL anti-social behaviour and crime as follows:

  • Call 999 - An emergency is when someone is at risk of getting injured, bring threatened or a crime is being committed and is in progress.

  • Call 101 - report crimes which have already happened, where there is no sign of an offender.

  • Email - huboffice-EFD&Brentwood@essex.pnn.police.uk - This email is monitored daily, and is for reports of issues / concerns / problems or asking advice. Use this email to formally request a pre-planned dispersal order.

A Neighbourhood Watch meeting will take place on Sunday 22nd November at 2.30pm in North Weald Village Hall at which members of the Police will be present to listen to residents concerns.

On 7th October 2015, The Chief Constable of Essex Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner made public announcements about the future of the police estate and on a new model of local policing in the county.   Click on the link below for further information.

Police announcement Oct 2015

Your Parish Council is actively involved in doing what it can to support residents with their concerns, and ensuring your voice is heard.  For further information, contact the Clerk at 01992 523825 or via email to clerk@northweald-pc.gov.uk.  

  

Local Community Meeting

Visit the Police Crime and Commissioner Website for details of the latest Police Surgeries - http://www.essex.pcc.police.uk/pcc-surgeries/

Essex Community Messaging (ECM)

Essex Community Messaging (ECM) is a service which you can use to keep informed about the kind of crime and policing issues which affect you.

Sign up to ECM for free to receive accurate and up-to-date information, crime prevention advice and notifications from Essex Police officers, Essex Watch liaison officers and other key partners, such as Neighbourhood Watch.

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Select what information you would like to receive - based on where you live, work, go to school or socialise, or on issues in which you may have a particular interest, such as scams, internet crime or rural crime.

Play an active role in helping to keep crime down in your community whilst keeping up to date with what’s going on around you.