Essex Police have arrested 91 people in the first nine days of their Christmas anti-drink and drug driving campaign.
Legally-owned guns are being targeted and stolen from rural homes across Essex, a police chief has said.
A group of people who breached Stansted Airport’s security fence before chaining themselves together in front of a plane were convicted today (December 10).
A Dunmow teenager arrested in connection with a number of vehicle crimes in Uttlesford and Braintree has been bailed by police.
Chief Constable BJ Harrington has warned criminals using airsoft weapons or BB guns to commit crime in Essex that armed police officers called to incidents will be treating them as a ‘genuine threat’.
Officers investigating a number of vehicle crimes in the Uttlesford and Braintree districts have made two arrests after executing a search warrant earlier today (December 2).
Uttlesford District Council (UDC) has rejected an application for a new premises licence for an Indian restaurant and pub in Dunmow.
A man who was pursued by Essex Police for six miles through Uttlesford has been charged with driving offences.
Police were called to Stansted Mountfitchet station this afternoon following reports of a person being struck by a train.
The devastated owner of an extremely rare and “massively historic” Land Rover which was stolen last night near Saffron Walden has urged people to be on the lookout for it.
A burglary was committed at a Co-op in Great Bardfield early this morning (November 17).
A former police officer based in Essex has been found guilty of gross misconduct after having a sexually explicit conversation with a convicted paedophile and failing to report it.
A tipper truck and garden waste shredder belonging to Uttlesford District Council were stolen from council premises in Saffron Walden.
A 15-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of committing burglary at a Dunmow church and assaulting a man in Great Easton.
An man arrested in connection with a fatal crash on the M11 near Stansted Airport has been released under investigation by Essex Police.
A milkman who was hit by his own delivery van after robbers stole it and fled the scene last week is now back to work and serving his customers.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving after a fatal collision on the M11 near Stansted Airport.
Essex Police have released an e-fit of a man they want to speak to about an attempted burglary at a home in Great Yeldham.
A vehicle, believed to be a stolen milk float which struck its owner as the driver fled the scene, was destroyed after being set alight deliberately in Stebbing.
Crime commissioners across the East of England have said they are committed to finding those responsible for a spate of ram raids across the region this year.
A milkman was struck by his own delivery van after it was stolen early this morning in Dunmow.
Residents are invited to speak to officers from Essex Police this Saturday about any concerns or issues they have.
Students from Saffron Walden County High School (SWCHS) visited Stansted Airport last Tuesday and met a Ryanair engineer, a dog handler from Essex Police and discovered more about the airport’s college.
New figures from Essex Police reveal that the number of burglaries in the county over the last year has dropped by six per cent, meaning there have been 791 fewer burglaries this year.
Saffron Walden Labour Party is calling for a “complete reversal of Tory cuts in police staffing numbers” and an increase in police pay to tackle the “crime wave” in Uttlesford.
Hare coursing incidents in Essex have more than doubled since 2013, new figures reveal.
The new chief constable of Essex Police has formally taken up the position today (October 4).
To have any kind of crime happen on your doorstep, or to neighbours and friends, is heart-breaking.
Ten years on from the disappearance of a father-of-two, who was last seen alive in a Great Saling restaurant, detectives have renewed their appeal for information.
Uttlesford District Council has revoked the licence of a restaurant in Dunmow after illegal workers were found on the premises for a fourth time in five years.