High Sheriff of Essex visits Community Safety Partnership
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(left to right) Epping Forest District Council community safety manager Caroline Wiggins, High Sheriff of Essex Bryan Burrough, Epping Forest District Council chairman Richard Bassett, Sue Bassett and Essex Community Foundation chairman Andrew Clarke
The High Sheriff of Essex, Bryan Burrough, visited the Epping Forest Community Safety Partnership to find out more about its work across the Epping Forest district.
Mr Burrough met CSP staff and was told about the ongoing priorities for the team which includes three Essex Police officers - a Sergeant and two PCs - who have been funded by Epping Forest District Council.
Mr Burrough was given a tour of the 'hub' at the Civic Offices and learnt more on the new school programme, #consequences, which is provided for Year 9 students.
The project is provided by Epping Forest District Council's Community Health and Wellbeing team.
Pupils watch a short production which portrays issues that they may be going through as a teenager and where they can turn to for support.
Community Safety Manager Caroline Wiggins said: "It was a pleasure to be able to show the High Sheriff around the CSP 'hub' and to highlight just some of the work the team is doing towards making our district a safe place to live and work."
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