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The way in which victims are supported in Essex is changing radically from April 1, 2015, with the services that are currently commissioned nationally by the Ministry of Justice now to be commissioned locally by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex.
THE Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Essex has published the latest quarterly report detailing Essex Police complaints and conduct matters.
RESIDENTS living in Thurrock have the chance to raise their crime-related questions and concerns with Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex, Nick Alston.
THE issue of road safety is one that affects all of us, whether we are pedestrians, cyclists or motorists.
Any casualty or death on Essex roads, is one too many, and that is why road safety is one of my dedicated areas of focus in my Police and Crime Plan. Furthermore any changes to legislation which make it tougher for people to get away with anti-social, careless or dangerous driving are welcome.