Meet Maldon Police Officers at upcoming events

By Chloe Brewster

8th Jul 2024 | Local News

Essex Police's 'Let's Talk' Campaign. (Photo: Essex Police)
Essex Police's 'Let's Talk' Campaign. (Photo: Essex Police)

The Maldon Town Police Team are hosting a series of 'Let's Talk' events in the Maldon District, allowing the community to get to know some of the police officers and staff protecting and serving Maldon.

The team will also be offering crime prevention advice and giving local residents the chance to engage in a crime prevention survey. 

The events are as follows:

Tuesday 16th July 10.00 – 11.00, The Bread Box 8 Heralds Way , South Woodham Ferrers , Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 5TQ

Wednesday 17th July 10.00 – 11.00 Ground Coffee House, 20-34 High Street, Burnham On Crouch, CM0 8AA

Thursday 25th July Dementia Café , 11.00 13.00, St Cuthbert`s Catholic Church , Chapel Road, Burnham On Crouch, CM0 8JA

Saturday 27th July 10.00 – 11.00 Bits N Bobs Tea Room, 14 High Street, Southminster, CM0 7AA

Tuesday 30th July 10.00 – 12.00, Community In A Cup , Maldon United Reform Church, Market Hill, Maldon, CM9 4PZ

Police officers or Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) will be available to listen to your community concerns and answer your questions about local policing.

Please note that the event may be cancelled at short notice due to operational demands., details of which will be posted on the district's Facebook and Twitter pages.


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