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Wivenhoe's Community Safety Section

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Wivenhoe Police Station: 101 (Louise Neville's extension is 438102) or the Wivenhoe Police mobile: 07966 197245
If the matter is an emergency and you need help quickly please dial 999.

These calls are free, so you can use a payphone or mobile phone without money/credit.

Anti Social Behaviour hotline number is 282731, it will operate between 8.30am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Callers outside these times should leave a message, but urgent calls (i.e. threats to life) should ring 999.

Police advice:

Make sure you report all crime.

When you see us in the street, come and say hello.

Let us know if you saw anything to do with any of the crimes reported below. 

Please remain vigilant. If you do see anything suspicious, please report it to any one of Wivenhoe's Police team.

Reach us quickly on 0300 333 4444
 

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'Excess vehicle speed can have a real impact on people's quality of life.  It can affect the severity of any road traffic collision and can have a genuine influence on the lives of people in our communities.  Essex Police is keen to develop the Community Speed Watch initiative, especially if communities are keen to work with us in solving anti-social behaviour problems.

 
Some benefits are -    The chance to increase road safety,
                                Fewer fatalities and serous injury collisions
                                Raise awareness of anti-social road use
                               
Community Speed Watch wants to reduce the number of speed related offences within 12 months,  this will be in each of the police areas where Community Speed Watch is taking place'


Wivenhoe's Community Policing

PCSO Louise Neville is responsible for looking after Wivenhoe.

PCSO Louise Neville

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Be alert. Report anything suspicious to the Police. Report all crime. 

 

Last updated:
05 January 2015

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