NAP

Neighbourhood Action Panel - Local Community Police Meeting

A Burnham Neighbourhood Action Panel is held on a two monthly basis at Burnham on Crouch Town Council Offices.
The meeting is attended by representatives of Essex Police and is open to members of the public.
A discussion will take place on policing issues in the Burnham on Crouch area and will set local policing priorities.

Meetings for 2016 are scheduled for
26 May 2016
28 July 2016
29 September 2016
24 November 2016
26 January 2017
30 March 2017
All meetings will start at 7pm
 
Anti-Social Behaviour - What is it?

"Acting in a manner that causes, or is likely to cause,harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household"

In less formal terms ASB can be:
Disruption of Community/Personal Wellbeing
  • Noise, Rowdy behaviour, Nuisance
  • Hoax Calls Animal related problems
Acts directed at people
  • Intimidation, harassment
Environmental Damage
  • Criminal Damage, vandalism
Misuse of Public Space
  • Substance misuse and dealing
  • Street drinking, urinating
  • Abandoned cars, vehicle related nuisance
You can report ASB online at http://www.maldon.gov.uk/report
or by contacting
  • Essex Police dial 999 (emergency) or 101 (non-emergency
  • The Community Safety Team: 01621 875794 
  • email: communitysafety@maldon.gov.uk
The ASB Officer for Maldon District can be contacted on 01621 854477 or asb@maldon.gov.uk

If you prefer to write, click the link below to obtain an ASB report form
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Ways in which you can contact Essex Police.
  • Call 01245 491491
To report a non-emergency crime you can:
  • Call the non-emergency number 101 or alternatively 01245 491491
  • Use the minicom service on 01245 452828. The minicom service is a typewriter device that allows people certified deaf or with hearing or speech problems to contact Essex Police. 
  • Use the do it online service-   (click on this link to go straight there)                                         https://www.essex.police.uk/do-it-online/                                                                   
  • Call at a police station with an enquiry desk. (Please note: many police stations are now closed or have restricted opening hours for members of the public)
Please always dial 999 in an emergency.
 


                     
 


 
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