Crime for Leigh-on-sea

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Southend
Southend
Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea,
SS2 6ES

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Leigh neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Steve Parry

I joined Essex Police in 1997, initially posted to Southend Division. I worked in various uniform roles at Southend and Leigh-on-Sea until 2006, when I transferred to the Metropolitan Police Service. In 2007 I returned to Essex Police and Southend Divison where I took up a permanent supervisory role, being promoted permanently the following year. Since then I have supervised Response Teams, Neighbourhood teams and Divisional Focus teams. Currently, I supervise the Neighbourhood Policing Team at Leigh and dedicated Youth Officers.

I thoroughly enjoy working as part of a Neighbourhood Policing Team and have already been afforded the opportunity to meet my local community and external partners. I am keen to drive local inititives and continue to tackle Crime and Anti-Social behaviour.

PC Deborah Martin

I have been a police officer for 12 years. The last 6 years I have been a Neighbourhood Constable. Prior to this I was a response officer and then worked on the Investigation Support Unit. I have worked in Southend specifically Leigh for the last 4 years.

The new Neighbourhood Team has 82 years of policing experience between us and with this skills base and knowledge our job is to make our community a safe place to live and work. With your help we aim to achieve this.

Pc David Lindsey

I have been a police officer since 2006. During this time I have worked on the Southend High Street Town Beat Team dealing with retail crime, the response team dealing with emergencies and the Focus Team which, amongst other things, targeted known offenders. I moved over to the Neighbourhood Policing Team in 2012 as part of the force restructure. My aim, whilst in this role, is to make sure that Leigh remains a safe and enjoyable place to live and work.

Pc Phil Collie

I am Pc Phil Collie and I'm the Neighbourhood Constable for the Blenheim and Prittlewell wards.
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.

Pc Alex Bossom

I am a Neighbourhood Constable for Blenheim NPT and I am based at Leigh Police Station. I joined Essex Police in 2001. During my service I have worked at Southend, Rayleigh and Leigh. I am one of the Neighbourhood constables for Leigh. Before that I spent 2 years covering the Prittlewell ward. My aim is to reduce crime and anti social behaviour throughout the area.

PCSO Carol Fox

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 assigned to Westleigh Ward. 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.

PCSO Linda Werrett

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.

PCSO Angela Westall

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. My aim within the community is to continue to make Leigh on Sea a very safe place to live and visit.

PCSO Elain Hayter

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

About this neighbourhood

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Welcome to the Leigh 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.

Chalkwell Marine is part of the Southend district and covers areas including Leigh, Chalkwell and West Leigh.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Essex Police.

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Upcoming events

  • Street Meet - BP Service Station London Road

    When: 3rd November 2014, 6.00pm

    Where: BP Service Station, 600 London Road, Westcliff on Sea, Essex

    This "Street Meet" will provide the opportunity for members of the Public to come and meet their local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) to discuss any local issue or crime prevention advice.

  • Street Meet - Leigh On Sea Library

    When: 6th November 2014, 10.00am

    Where: Leigh Library, Broadway West, Leigh on Sea

    This "Street Meet" will provide the opportunity for members of the Public to come and meet their local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) to discuss any local issue or crime prevention advice.

  • Street Meet - Highlands Methodist Church

    When: 10th November 2014, 10.00am

    Where: Highlands Methodist Church, Sutherland Boulevard, Leigh on Sea

    This "Street Meet" will provide the opportunity for members of the Public to come and meet their local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) to discuss any local issue or crime prevention advice.

  • Street Meeting - CO-OP Broadway Leigh

    When: 10th November 2014, 5.00pm

    Where:

  • Local Community Meeting

    When: 10th November 2014, 7.00pm

    Where: Salvation Army Hall, Elm Road, Leigh

    A local community meeting (LCM) is a police led meeting open to all members of the community including businesses. It is an opportunity for anyone to come along and discuss with the police any local issues within the Southend area.

  • Street Meeting - Chalkwell Park environmental cent

    When: 11th November 2014, 1.00pm

    Where:

  • Street Meet - Highlands Methodist Church

    When: 17th November 2014, 10.00am

    Where: Highlands Methodist Church, Sutherland Boulevard, Leigh on Sea

    This "Street Meet" will provide the opportunity for members of the Public to come and meet their local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) to discuss any local issue or crime prevention advice.

  • Street Meet - BP Service Station London Road

    When: 20th November 2014, 10.00am

    Where: BP Service Station, 600 London Road, Westcliff on Sea, Essex

    This "Street Meet" will provide the opportunity for members of the Public to come and meet their local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) to discuss any local issue or crime prevention advice.

Monthly crime data provided by police.uk under the Open Government Licence

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