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Crime

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OFFICERS from Essex Police – Harlow District will be at McDonald’s in #stapletye from 12pm till 1pm on Thursday 1st December 2022. Come down for a coffee and a chat about any concerns or issues you have. See you there.

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A “terrifying” bully punched and strangled a woman before slamming her head into a wall, while bizarrely declaring she was injuring herself reports Kent Online. Domestic abuser Scott Shipwright, of Sevenoaks, but formerly of Harlow, spun a web of lies claiming his former partner self-harmed. Click…

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ON FRIDAY night in Harlow Town Centre, a vigil was held to remember the women who have been victims of violence. Led by Bush Fair councillor, Kay Morrison, names of women were read out. Two women a week are killed in the United Kingdom as…

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EVERYONE IS looking for a bargain this week as we head towards Black Friday but be careful of what you buy and where you buy it.  The last few years, the popularity of the e-scooter has grown – it’s seen as a fun gift for…

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IN just one week, Operation Orbital, dedicated to keeping the M25 safe, saw 152 drivers reported for traffic-related offences. Last week, our Road Commercial Vehicle Unit patrolled the M25 in unmarked “supercabs” in a bid to keep our roads safe.  Adam Pipe, Head of Roads…

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HARLOW Community Policing Team officers were conducting patrols around Potter Street last Thursday 17th Nov, when they stopped a man. He was found to be in possession of numerous wraps of suspected Class A drugs, numerous SIM cards, a burner phone and other drug supplying…

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THE LEADER of Harlow Labour has called for policing in Harlow and the rest of the country to be “properly funded”. Councillor Chris Vince said: OVER the past decades we have seen unprecedented cuts to policing by this Conservative government.  This has led to a…

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Update: Essex Police has informed us that they attended at the cycletrack but it was a case of area searched, no trace. ESSEX Police have no evidence that a man with a knife approached or attempted to enter a school in Harlow on Friday. YH…

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ESSEX Police is appealing for witnesses following a collision in Harlow, where the car involved failed to stop at the scene.  Officers were called to Market Street shortly before 1am on 30 October after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle. The pedestrian was taken…

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A NEW operation is underway in Harlow to crack down on anti-social behaviour in the town centre. The pedestrianised streets around Market Square, Broad Walk and the Water Gardens have seen people congregating to drink alcohol, nuisance behaviour from groups of youngsters and the illegal…

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THE Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex is shining the spotlight on Restorative Justice next week to as part of Restorative Justice Week 2022. The Essex Restorative and Mediation Service, based within the PFCC’s office, works with people who have been involved in conflict,…

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ESSEX Police is appealing for witnesses following a theft at the EE phone Store in Harlow yesterday. A spokesperson: “We were called to the store on Edinburgh Way shortly before 1pm yesterday (15 November) following reports of a theft. The suspects entered the store and…

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A MAN has been charged with public order offences after an incident in Harlow. Charles Maybank, 42 of Mustards Road, Leysdown has been charged with: two counts of racially aggravated public order offences.He was remanded into custody and was due to appear at Colchester Magistrates…

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AHEAD of the kick-off of the Men’s football World Cup on Sunday (20 November), Essex Police is urging fans to watch and behave responsibly, whether that be in one of the many venues around the county which will be showing matches or at home with…

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ESSEX County Council (ECC) has teamed up with the University of Essex to lead a research project about women’s safety at night. Following a countywide survey conduced by ECC on women’s safety late last year, it was evident that women felt most unsafe at night…

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AN uninsured driver who drove dangerously at speeds of up to 70mph along rural Essex roads has been jailed for 12 months. Michael Maughan, 27, of Fern Hill Lane, Harlow, put lives at risk by driving on the wrong side of the road and on…