A partnership which tackles crime and anti-social behaviour has relaunched its website.
The Tendring Community Safety Partnership (TCSP) has also revamped its logo and the new website provides vital information about where to get support and advice over a wide range of issues.
It has been brought up to date with how to get help over hate crime, domestic abuse, gangs and youth violence, child sexual exploitation, preventing violent extremism, modern slavery and human trafficking as well as substance misuse.
It is also possible to report anti-social behaviour and there are important links to partner websites.
Information is included on community projects, latest news and events from the partnership.
Lynda McWilliams, Chairman of TCSP, said the website is now fit for purpose.
“The previous website was the original one set up and to be honest it badly needed refreshing with more up to date and current issues,” she said.
“A great deal of hard work has gone into this and the website has been totally transformed. I am delighted with the outcome and it will be much more useful and informative for our residents.
“Just by clicking through the home screen it is easy to find exactly what you are looking for.”
The TCSP statutory partners are Tendring District Council; Essex Police; Essex County Council; Essex Fire and Rescue Service; North East Essex NHS, and the National Probation Service.
The website is available at http://www.safercommunitiestendring.co.uk