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Essex Police - Project Servator - 13th Dec 2017

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Essex Police STN tweeted: RT @EssexPoliceUK: Our #ProjectServator deployments at @STN_Airport are continuing as usual in the run up to Christmas. If you spot us, come + say hello! http://goo.gl/OEZMPk

Our #ProjectServator deployments at @STN_Airport are continuing as usual in the run up to Christmas. If you spot us, come + say hello! http://goo.gl/OEZMPk
8th Dec 2017 - @EssexPoliceSTN

hantsandsussex1 tweeted: RT @EssexPoliceUK: Our #ProjectServator deployments at @STN_Airport are continuing as usual in the run up to Christmas. If you spot us, come + say hello! http://goo.gl/OEZMPk


8th Dec 2017 - @hantsandsussex1

Clare Fordham tweeted: RT @EssexPoliceUK: Our #ProjectServator deployments at @STN_Airport are continuing as usual in the run up to Christmas. If you spot us, come + say hello! http://goo.gl/OEZMPk


8th Dec 2017 - @PcClareFordham

rodney pattinson tweeted: RT @EssexPoliceUK: Our #ProjectServator deployments at @STN_Airp...


8th Dec 2017 - @rodneypattinso1

MPS Southwark tweeted: RT @EssexPoliceUK: Our #ProjectServator deployments at @STN_Airport are continuing as usual in the run up to Christmas. If you spot us, come + say hello! http://goo.gl/OEZMPk ..


8th Dec 2017 - @MPSSouthwark

lovemywine tweeted: RT @EssexPoliceUK: Our #ProjectServator deployments at @STN_Airport are continuing as usual in the run up to Christmas. If you spot us, come + say hello! http://goo.gl/OEZMPk


8th Dec 2017 - @bnbpewsville


Essex Police - Project Servator - 23rd Nov 2017

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Police make 43 arrests and evict 133 people from V Festival

Carl O’Malley, assistant chief constable, said: "This year we introduced Project Servator to the event and I’m really pleased with the overall success of the policing operation. "The innovative tactics made the festival an uncomfortable environment for criminals to operate in and it’s something we’ll definitely adopt next year. "This was the second year where a public space protection order was enforced to combat anti-social behaviour and use of psychoactive substances.
22nd Aug 2016 - Gazette News.co.uk

Essex Police see Project Servator launched at Stansted Airport

Beginning Monday, November 7 Essex Police will be deploying specialist assets at Stansted airport as part of Project Servator. It will see highly-visible yet unpredictable police deployments designed to deter, disrupt and detect criminal activity – from shoplifting and pickpocketing to more serious crime including terrorism. Superintendent Adrian Coombs Police Airport Commander said: “The safety and security of Stansted Airport is a priority for our force, and we are pleased to be implementing Project Servator here"
21st Nov 2017 - EssexTV

From armed officers to hi-vis patrols + partnership working, we use a range of measures to keep you safe

From armed officers to hi-vis patrols + partnership working, we use a range of measures to keep you safe at @intuLakeside #ProjectServator
16th Nov 2017 - @EssexPoliceUK

Four arrests by tactical police operation in Thurrock

Four people were arrested, drugs and a vehicle seized by officers from the Operational Support Group on Saturday, November 11. The officers were on their way to carry out Project Servator deployments when the arrests were made. A 20-year-old man was arrested and cautioned for possession of Class A drugs after officers stopped the car in which he was travelling on the A13, near the M25 junction, just before 3:30pm. Three people were arrested on suspicion of theft after officers stopped a car at Moto Services, Thurrock at 4:00pm.
12th Nov 2017 - Your Thurrock

Project Servator launched in Colchester to deter criminal and terrorist activity

Highly visible police patrols are set to be carried out to deter criminal and terrorist activity. National operation Project Servator starts in Colchester today. It will see deployments of officers undertaken at unpredictable times to create maximum impact. Among the techniques used by officers - who will be both uniformed and plain clothed - will include Automatic Number Plate Recognition technology, police dogs and armed officers.
11th Nov 2017 - Daily Gazette

New police dogs and handlers PC Mark Webster and PC Hayley Peek and Buddy and Holly, start work at Stansted

“PC Mark Webster and PC Hayley Peek and police dogs, Buddy and Holly, bring a specialist and a unique set of skills to the airport to help identify criminals and disrupt criminal groups. “Our Project Servator deployments at the airport involve a wide range of innovative tactics to help deter, disrupt and detect criminal activity. Our new additions will help build upon these tactics and bring reassurance to the thousands of people who leave and arrive at Stansted Airport every day.”
27th Oct 2017 - Braintree and Witham Times