Essex Police and Essex Police Authority seek views on public services
ESSEX Police is undergoing a major change programme in order to save money whilst “continuing to provide a first class service to the public”.
The force will become one of the first to switch to the national police non-emergency telephone number. From July members of the public will be able to contact Essex Police with a non-emergency by calling 101. Other forces will also be joining this service throughout the year.
During June and early July, Essex Police and Essex Police Authority will be asking for public opinions on the changes.
A spokesman for Essex Police said: “Your views are extremely important to Essex Police and Essex Police Authority.
“We would be grateful if you could take time to complete a survey. Your answers will help to shape the future of policing in Essex.”
The survey cane be accessed at essex.police.uk/survey
Alternatively you can speak to staff at one of the ‘Have Your Say’ events (in Uttlesford and Braintree) listed below:
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- 2 Saffron Walden draw positives at Witham
- 3 How well do you know the Gibson Library?
- 4 Committee and president appointed for Elsenham WI
- 5 Can you complete the Census 2021 map game?
- 6 Uttlesford new development could be triple the size of one refused
- 7 Smoke plume in village near Cambridge thought to be car fire
- 8 Post Office: change of location in Newport
- 9 Solar farm application decision is deferred
- 10 School activities and sports in pictures
• Halstead market, Market Hill, Halstead, Friday June 17 between 9am and 3pm
• Freeport Shopping Village, Charter Way, Braintree, Tuesday June 21 between 10am and 2pm
• Morrisons supermarket, Braintree Road, Witham, Monday July 11 between 10am and 4pm
• Saffron Walden market, Market Square, Saffron Walden, Tuesday June 7 between 9am and 3pm
• Tesco supermarket, Stortford Road, Dunmow, Monday June 13 between 10am and 4pm