Residents of the St John's Road area enjoyed live music, a hog roast, children's games and tombolas for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Officers visited Jackson Square, Grange Paddocks and Tesco to conduct patrols, install new signs, hand out leaflets and speak to drivers.
It was the highlight of four days of village celebrations that began with a beacon lighting on Thursday and ended with street parties on Sunday.
The afternoon party was organised by Thorn Grove Primary School for pupils and their families and special guests from the Welbeloved Club.
Stansted Parish Council says it has a duty to "protect everyone from potential and actual abuse" and to act on any concerns
Punch Pubs will invest in refurbishment of The Bull if it gets planning permission for six bungalows in a field behind pub's beer garden.
Greater Anglia employee Michael King has transformed the ticket offices at Stansted and Sawbridgeworth railway stations.
Village festivities get under way with beacon lighting ceremony on Recreation Ground on Thursday followed by community picnic on Saturday.
Stansted Airport has funded the installation of 'No Airport Parking' signs on two estates thanks to pressure from residents and councillors.
Rollo the miniature dachshund was three and had wandered outside his front garden when he was attacked by a large dog on Elsenham Vale.
Save The Bull Action Group wants to secure future of Much Hadham's only pub, which is rumoured to be the burial site of a circus elephant.
The first draft of Uttlesford's Local Plan is now unlikely to be published until late summer as the administration seeks more time to "get it right".
Paul Davies previously represented Dunmow on Uttlesford District Council and was serving on Stansted Parish Council when arrested in December.
The two 15-year-olds were arrested by Essex Police on suspicion of common assault and criminal damage.
Five-piece indie rock band Paper Grenades won the Cambridge Band Competition People's Choice Award and will now get to perform a Centre Stage set.
Thaxted and Saffron Walden's R4U councillors on Essex County Council gained support for their motion to make the issue a top priority
Over 250 people flocked to Birchwood High School on Sunday for family activities, food and a football match all organised by police.
A new exhibition delves into Audley End's role as a centre for training elite Polish paratroopers during the Second World War.
People from Stansted and surrounding villages can take part anonymously to help shape mental health provision for the community.
Essex Police said its investigation was ongoing and it was "committed" to tackling anti-social behaviour.