Coronavirus - Advice & Support
Community Agents are still working however they will not be visiting anyone unless its deemed essential. They will be doing welfare phone calls and collecting shopping and medication etc but leaving it outside.
They have a full update on their website Community Agents Essex
Essex Trading standards have advised that doorstep rogues claiming to be from the NHS providing Covid-19 testing. Scammers will take advantage of the situation, to extort money or to gain access to your home. Report any cold callers to them via 0808 223 1133
Age UK have put together some useful information https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-advice/coronavirus
For practical information and advice, call Age UK Advice: 0800 169 65 65
For a cheerful chat, day or night, call Silver Line: 0800 470 80 90
Essex Police Business Crime Team has been created to keep a strategic overview on incidents and ongoing issues that have a direct effect on businesses. A Crime Against Business Strategy has been implemented with the objectives of increasing confidence in the business communities, improving crime prevention and strengthening partnership working and approaches to ongoing concerns. The Business Crime Team have already reached out to hundreds of local businesses and will continue to do so during this extraordinary time.
The Crime Against Business Strategy can be found on the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex website.
Each policing district has a Community Policing Team and the Business Crime Team has already worked with them to ensure that industrial and business areas are included within a new patrol plan for their district. For advice or reassurance on policing matters,contact email@example.com
Under the Crime & Disorder Act 1998 CSP's are required to work together in formulating and implementing strategies to tackle local crime and disorder and reduce reoffending in the area and to have in place a partnership plan setting out their priorities.
To ensure that the partnership is proactive and well informed we carry out an annual Strategic Intelligence Assessment to review existing priorities and identify any new or emerging priorities that the partnership should focus on.
The Partnership Plan takes forward the priorities identified by residents and data from the strategic intelligence assessment and sets out how the partnership will work together over the next twelve months to tackle crime and disorder and achieve its priorities.
This plan also has regard to the police and crime objectives set out in the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioners (PFCC) Police and Crime Plan, as well as the Fire and Rescue Plan.
Our Partnership Promise:
We are committed to delivering local solutions to local problems that have been identified by local people.
Tell us your views!
Each year the partnership is required to carry out a Strategic Assessment. The aim of the Strategic Assessment is to establish an accurate picture of past, current and emerging trends of crime and disorder and risks that impact upon the Borough and the communities it serves. It is an important part of the process to hear residents views and what is important to you. This is your opportunity to put your views across and to help to ‘Make a Difference,’ in your community!
Please take time to answer the questions on this short Community Safety Questionnaire.
Our Priorities for 2019/20:
- Safer Community
- Safer Future
The Safer Brentwood website has been created to inform you about what we are doing to keep Brentwood safe. Please make sure you visit us regularly as more information becomes available. If you would like further information on what the CSP has been doing for Brentwood, please check out our newsletters using the link below.
Report an incident of underage sales or unlicensed activity
To report an incident of underage sales or unlicensed activity, please follow the link below:
Underage Sales and Unlicensed Activity