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Neighbourhood Policing
Thurrock has 16 Neighbourhood Policing Teams
Neighbourhood policing is about local policing – a small team of officers and police community support officers dedicated to a local area. They will work in partnership with other agencies and the public to identify and tackle issues that concern local people.
Each area will have a locally known and recognisable officer who you will be able to contact directly. There will be more patrols on foot or bike, especially in the areas people have indicated they feel unsafe.  

Neighbourhood policing aims to deal with the policing issues in your area that matter most to you. 

Community Forums are working closely with the Neighbourhood Police Teams.  
Meetings are regularly attended by the police who have information on the local crime figures.  By attending the Forum meetings you have the opportunity to hear exactly what crimes have been reported in your area.  

You can also raise your issues and specific concerns with the police who will work with their partner agencies, to make your neighbourhood a safer place.

Click here for more information on Thurrock Police

Neighbourhood Action Panel (NAP) 
A Neighbourhood Action Panel or(NAP) as it is often referred to,is a meeting with the police that is hosted by the Community Forums in Thurrock.  The meeting provides residents with an opportunity to talk about issues that affect their local area and to prioritise these issues and agree the necessary actions to tackle them.
If you click here you can see what the priorities have been set the local area, by selecting Thurrock and the local area you are enquiring about.
Take a look at our meeting dates to see when the next NAP meeting is.  

Essex Police website 
To access this website and find out about crime figures in your area along with other  information click here.

Home Safety Advice
To read the latest advice from Essex Police on , click on the headings. 

Thurrock Neighbourhood Watch
Is a local voluntary non-sectarian organisation, set up to combat and reduce local crime and disorder. Our communications network bands together individual homes and streets across Thur­rock, in cooperation with Thurrock Police, Essex NHW and other interested organisations.

Street Coordinators are the key to NHW operation and a vital communication link between each Group and the rest of Thurrock NHW. Recruiting these key residents is our Number-One Task.

To find out more visit www.thurrockneighbourhoodwatch.co.uk/  or telephone 01375 640433