We are delighted to share the winning knife bin livery designs. Last week (w/c 9 May) our three winners saw their designs printed onto the knife bins for the very first time.
The winners were commended for their hard work and positive knife free messages by Patrick Green, CEO of the Ben Kinsella Trust; Roger Hirst, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex and BJ Harrington, Chief Constable of Essex Police at Grays, Southend and Canvey respectively.
Pictured left to right are: Rachida and Patrick Green outside Gray’s Police Station.
Dexter and Roger Hirst outside Southend Police Station.
Bethany is pictured (L-R) with her mum Nina, Inspector Cathy Calder, Castlepoint & Rochford Community Policing Team; Essex County Councillor Beverley Egan; Chief Constable BJ Harrington, and Head of Art at Cornelius Vermuyden School Mark Standen; outside Canvey Police Station.
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