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Blenheim

Welcome to the Blenheim Neighbourhood Policing Team pages. We are committed to making your neighbourhood a safer place to live, work and visit and will work with the community and our partners to tackle local problems. Blenheim is part of the Southend district and covers areas including Westborough, Prittlewell and Belfairs.

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

Pc Phil Collie (Collar number 3475)

I am Pc Phil Collie and I'm a Neighbourhood Constable for the Leigh area. I have been a police officer since 1992 and I became a neighbourhood Constable in 2008. My aim is to continue to make the area a safe place to live and also to be a visible presence out on the street. I strongly believe this is the best way to police and deter crime and disorder.

Contact details

Telephone: 101 ext 473100
Email: phil.collie@essex.pnn.police.uk


PCSO Elain Hayter (Collar number 8004)

I have worked in the role of PCSO since 2003. During this time I have been working in Leigh. Part of my role is to deal with lower level crime providing support to the local police officers helping to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour. My aim is to respond to community concerns and give public reassurance and advice

Contact details

Email: 8004@essex.pnn.police.uk
Telephone: 101 Ext 477142


PCSO Helen Dangerfield (Collar number 72697)

I'm the PCSO for Leigh and I've been a PCSO in the Leigh area for 5 years. Having worked in one of the most heavily populated areas in the county I have a lot of experience in dealing with drug issues, anti-social behaviour and neighbour disputes which I am able to use in my current role to help make Leigh a safer neighbourhood.

Contact details

Telephone: 101 Ext 477142
Email: 72697@essex.pnn.police.uk


PCSO Linda Werrett (Collar number 71497)

I am the dedicated Police Community Support Officer for Leigh and have worked for Essex Police since 2007. I provide support to the local police officers and patrol the local area providing crime prevention advice and re-assurance. My aim is that Leigh remains a very safe place to live, work and visit.

Contact details

Email: 71497@essex.pnn.police.uk
Telephone: 101 Ext 477142


PCSO Carol Fox (Collar number 8004)

I have been employed with Essex Police as a PCSO since 2004. Throughout this period I have been stationed at Leigh Police Station. I am delighted to be able to serve the area in which I work by providing a highly visible presence and engaging with members of the community. My aim is to respond to community concerns and give public reassurance and advice.

Contact details

Telephone: 101 Ext 477142
Email: 8004@essex.pnn.police.uk


PCSO Angela Westall (Collar number 71913)

I am delighted to have the opportunity to serve the local community as a PCSO for Leigh on Sea. I have worked in Leigh since joining Essex Police in 2007. I am assigned to Leigh Ward which covers such areas as Leigh Broadway and Leigh Old Town. My aim within the community is to continue to make Leigh on Sea a very safe place to live and visit

Contact details

Telephone: 101 Ext 477142
Email: 71913@essex.pnn.police.uk


PCSO Janice Watts (Collar number 8009)


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

Burglary; Dwellings and sheds

Raised on 09/03/2015

Action

Crime prevention advice reiterated at local meetings and Street Meet engagements. Local officers to continue high visibilty patrols and pro-activity around subsequent sale of items stolen.

Updated on 19/04/2015

Local Priority

Issue

Excess Vehicle Speed in specified locations across Blenheim Wards

Raised on 09/03/2015

Action

Local Neighbourhood Policing team and Essex Police’s Casualty Reduction Unit working on locally identified areas where excess speed has been reported, utilising both high visibility and static patrols.

Updated on 19/04/2015

Local Priority

Issue

Drug dealing at specified locations

Raised on 09/03/2015

Action

High visibility and covert patrols, intelligence gathering and outreach working

Updated on 19/04/2015

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.

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

View crime statistics for this neighbourhood

Update

Burglary

Historically, between October and the New Year, we see an increase in burglary offences. Essex Police are committed to seeing this change, and we are currently running Operation which is a proactive approach to dealing with burglary and has been under way since the 1st October. This Operation is aimed at driving a reduction in this offence by being in the right place at the right time, in addition to monitoring offenders.
You too can play a part in helping us to reduce this offence, and we have included below a number of home security points. Please take a few minutes to read the following information as following just a couple of the points raised may prevent you from becoming a victim of burglary.
• Make your home safe and secure by fitting 5 lever mortise locks on all external doors and secure locks on all other doors and windows.
• Install a burglar alarm.
• Lock and secure all windows and doors when you leave your home – take special care with UPVC doors (lift handle and lock door with key).
• Remove keys from locks and place them out of sight.
• Never leave tools or implements outside the property which thieves can use to forcibly enter your home.
• Use automatic light timers/sensors to make your property look occupied and consider leaving a radio on.
• Ensure the perimeter of your property (gates, fences, and hedges) is secure, to prevent access to thieves.
• Avoid leaving car keys on view near windows and doors and secure vehicles in garages or behind gates.
• Photograph and record serial numbers of valuable items (laptops, computer consoles, satellite navigation systems, TV’s etc), use an ultra violet marker pen to security code your property, to assist with later identification.
• Where possible hide smaller valuable items in unusual places where thieves might not look (laundry baskets or food containers). Jewellery is stolen for its metallic value and is rarely recovered.
• Do not leave packaging on view as it may highlight a recent purchase of valuable items, dispose of it carefully.
• Do not advertise that you are away – ask a trusted person to check on your property and remove mail. Cancel milk & newspaper deliveries. Ensure light timers and burglar / fire alarms are working.
Try and give the impression that there is someone at home. Remember CLOSE IT, LOCK IT AND CHECK IT!

Anti-Social Behaviour

The Leigh Policing Team is committed to driving down instances of Anti- Social Behaviour. Dealing effectively with it is an ongoing priority for your Team.

Vulnerable people can be left feeling scared and worried around this time of year because of the nights drawing in so if you are aware of a vulnerable adult in your area then pay them a visit.

Theft

We are still having a few reported incidents of theft from motor vehicles in the area. We are advising residents not to leave any valuables on show in their vehicles. Remove your sat navs and cables from vehicles as these make your vehicle an easy target.
If you witness any suspicious activity please call Essex Police on 999 for an emergency and 101 for anything non-emergency.

Operation Newcastle

This is an operation that we are currently running in conjunction with the Youth Support Services. We attend an address where the children have failed to attend school and are therefore effectively truant. In most cases parents have failed to notify the school that there child is sick however, in some extreme cases of truancy it means that we can then take the child back to school, engage with the parent and the child in order to get them on the right path of education.
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If you have any information about any crime I would be pleased to hear from you. Or, if you wish to report a crime anonymously you can do this by speaking to Crimestoppers. You will find the Crimestoppers link in our site.

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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