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Clacton Police Station
Beatrice Road
Clacton on Sea
Tel: +44 (01255) 221312

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Tendring District Commander – Chief Inspector Jonathan Hayter
I am the District Commander for Tendring, having taken up the position on November 5, 2007. I very much look forward to working with and serving the people of Tendring – maintaining and building on the close links that already exist so that we can, together, provide the community with the quality of life they want and quite rightly demand.
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News for the Tendring District
Business Special praised for hard work
The Business Specials scheme is taking on more recruits to benefit businesses and the local community
13 May, 2008
Community Speed Watch is launched in Alresford
Volunteers are helping to patrol their areas by taking part in Community Speed Watch.
06 May, 2008
Tendring CDRP celebrate after coming out on target
The Tendring Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership celebrate reducing crime by 16 per cent
28 April, 2008
Buckle up – its the law
Police are taking robust action in cracking down on motorists who fail to buckle up.
17 April, 2008
Dedicated policing team to target fugitives
Police are urging people wanted on warrant to turn themselves in
16 April, 2008
CCteaV at Frinton station
Police in Frinton and National Express have opened a new ‘tea stop’ at Frinton railway station to help deter anti social behaviour.
15 April, 2008
Neighbourhoods within the Tendring District Partnership links
There are 19 neighbourhood policing teams in the Tendring district, which are each headed by a neighbourhood inspector. Please select your neighbourhood from the list:
Inspector Jason Scrivener is the neighbourhood inspector for :
Clacton West Pc Tom Coppin
Clacton East Pc Julia Finch
Clacton Central Pc Adam Westall
Inspector Paul Fieldsend is the neighbourhood inspector for :
St Osyth Pc Danny Harris
Kirby Cross Pc Rob Diss
Alresford Pc Danny Harris
Walton Pc Rob Diss
Elmstead Market Pc Danny Harris
Weeley Pc Danny Harris
Brightlingsea Pc Danny Harris
Frinton Pc Rob Diss
Gt Bentley Pc Danny Harris
Thorpe Le Soken Pc Danny Harris
Inspector Adrian Dearsley is the neighbourhood inspector for :
Bradfield Pc Chris Phillips
Oakley Pc Matt Leach
Manningtree Pc Chris Phillips
Ramsey and Parkeston Pc Matt Leach
Harwich Pc Rob Cubberley
Ardleigh Pc Chris Phillips
Neighbourhood Specialist Officer – Pc Rob Diss
I am Robert Diss and have served as a police constable for 15 years in Essex Police. I have been stationed at Clacton, Thorpe-le-Soken and more recently Walton-on-the-Naze. Three years ago I spent six months on the problem solving team based at Clacton. During my time as a police officer I have worked full shifts as a response officer, rural shift officer and more recently at various times have been the designated constable for both Frinton and Walton.
Contact the Team
Phone: 0300 333 4444 or Mobile: 07850 631017
Mobile phone numbers are provided so that you can speak to your local officers about local issues, not for reporting crimes and incidents, which must continue to be reported via 999 (emergency) or 0300 333 4444 (non-emergency).The officers in this team may be busy but please leave a message; one of them will return your call asap and in any case within 24 hours. If you need to speak to Pc Rob Diss it may be useful to quote their collar number over the phone which is 2543
Priorities for Walton Local map and area covered
The local community priorities for Walton are:

These priorities have been agreed by your local Neighbourhood Action Panel (NAP). A NAP consists of key representatives of the community who meet regularly to agree local community priorities and then decided on what joint partnership work needs to be taken to resolve them.

If you wish to comment on these priorities or feel they do not address areas which matter to you then please contact us.

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