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Burglary up – police doors close

by admin on October 23rd, 2015

In August, 138 crimes were reported in Loughton – four of them in the Hills or immediately adjacent: one in Wallers Hoppet, one in York Crescent and three on Church Hill.  You may have read elsewhere big changes are taking place to policing in Essex as a whole.  Locally Loughton Police Station now has reduced opening hours and will be one of 15 in Essex where the counter is to be closed before April leaving Harlow as our nearest public access to the police. On the previous page we  give details of lour local police contacts.  If you haven’t already it is well-worth visiting the Essex Police website and clicking through ‘Your Neighbourhood ‘ to Epping Forest and Loughton to see how the changes will affect us.  You will also read that in Loughton the crack-down on anti-social behaviour is working – but burglaries are on the rise. The Police Meets programme is impressive. Do go along to the Methodist Hall and see for yourself.  Click here for details of times


Meet the police

Did you know you can meet your local police to voice concerns?  Their meetings are organised by

PCSO Paul Le’strange, a PCSO for five years in the Loughton area who can be contacted at:


Telephone: 101 extn 313603

PCSO Kerri Bowden, a PCSO since 2005 and at Loughton since 2008.


Telephone: 101 Ext 313603

The meetings, at Loughton Methodist Hall, High Road, last for one hour to meet the public and discuss any issues we may have.

Next dates are:

Monday 19 October 2015  11.00am

Mon 26 Oct 2015 11:00:00

Wed 4 Nov 2015 11:00:00

Fri 13 Nov 2015 11:00:00


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