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Police and Crime Plan, Everybody’s Business 2015-2020

posted 18 May 2015, 02:03 by Phil Ellis   [ updated 18 May 2015, 02:04 ]
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, David Lloyd, has published the first draft of his refreshed Police and Crime Plan, Everybody’s Business 2015-2020, and is asking for feedback before it is finalised.

At the core of the revised plan is the protection of the current local policing model of ten district teams, led by a senior officer. Hertfordshire is one of only a handful of forces that has been able to preserve a full ‘neighbourhood’ model for local policing.

The new plan, which has been developed in consultation with the police and other experts in the field of crime reduction, safety and criminal justice, also focuses on the changing nature of crime. It prioritises the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults, as well as tackling the growing menace of cybercrime.  

It also contains a new section outlining some of the Commissioner’s proposals for putting victims at the heart of the criminal justice system and new services which are being commissioned to support them.

The Commissioner would like to know what you think.  Does the plan reflect your needs and concerns? What would make you feel safer?  Please read the plan (Draft Everybody’s Business 2015-20) and feedback your views via email the.plan@herts.pnn.police.uk or by post to The Plan c/o the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, Harpenden Police Station, 15 Vaughan Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 4GZ.

Submissions should be made by Monday, May 25th.

Regards,
David Lloyd Police and Crime Commissioner