Today is World Mental Health Day.
Roger Hirst, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex, said: “With one in four people experiencing a mental health problem it has never been more important to talk about mental health.
“We know that by supporting each other we can help people look after their mental health and improve their own wellbeing.
“If we are healthy we are all more able to make the most of our potential, cope with life and play a full part in our families, workplaces, communities and among friends.
“The Chief Constable and I signed the Mental Health Pledge in 2018 and I am proud of the progress that we have made in supporting officers, staff and volunteers. This is an important subject and one that matters to all of us.”
Find out how Essex Police is marking World Mental Health Day here:
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