An Important Police Officer For Rayleigh




Rayleigh has a new Neighbourhood Specialist Police Officer. His name is Wyn Sharp, and Jackie has already met him and discussed some local issues.

Full details are on the Essex Police Website here, but here’s the most important information:

Neighbourhood Specialist Officer – Pc Wyn Sharp
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I joined Essex Police in 2001 and was posted to Southend police station where I have worked for the last 6 years. I joined the police Rayleigh in March 2008. I am passionate about Rayleigh as it is a large area with a variety of policing issues. Working with me are police community support officers (PCSOs) Tom Boulter and Zoe Nuth, both are just as enthusiastic about Rayleigh as I am and they have great relationships with local shops and youths. If you see them, then feel free to speak with them.

Contact the Team

Phone: 0300 333 4444 or Mobile: 07813 953703

Mobile phone numbers are provided so that you can speak to your local officers about local issues, not for reporting crimes and incidents, which must continue to be reported via 999 (emergency) or 0300 333 4444 (non-emergency).

The officers in this team may be busy but please leave a message; one of them will return your call asap and in any case within 24 hours. If you need to speak Pc Wyn Sharp it may be useful to quote their collar number over the phone which is 120

About the author, admin

  • I have met P.C.Sharp and he is like a whirwind and very eager to make a difference , he made the comment that Rayleigh and Rawreth were very law abiding and was dissappointed that he had not arrested anyone yet ! He never failed to make more than two a shift in Southend . I am sure we wish him well and look forward to making his presence felt to make it an even safer community .

  • Hopefully this could be a very positive initiative for Rayleigh. We need people who can communicate with residents, both young and elderly. PC Sharp deserves the support of all residents, only if we help the police can they ensure that Rayleigh is, once again, a pleasant and safe place to live in. I wish Pc Sharp all the best in his new duties.

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