Everybody's business: my
first police and crime plan
My plan recognises the great successes
of the Constabulary and partners to date and proposes ways to build
upon these strong foundations. It sets out three key themes for
- Public focus
- Offender pays
- Business sense
It is a plan for all of us. That is
why I have called it Everybody’s Business. For more
information about what it contains, follow this link to the
Police and Crime Plan
To view the plan in full, click the
Today's Top News Stories
COMMUNITY FUND LAUNCHED
Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, David Lloyd, is pleased to announce the launch of the Commissioner’s Community Fund – a new initiative that will provide support to innovative local schemes which aim to make our communities safer.
COMMISSIONER'S SIX MONTH ANNIVERSARY
This week marks the six-month anniversary of Hertfordshire’s first Police and Crime Commissioner, David Lloyd, taking office, providing an opportunity to review progress and focus on plans for the future.
COMMISSIONER MEETS BISHOP OF HERTFORD
Inclusion of hard to reach individuals and groups was among the key themes discussed at a meeting between Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd and the Bishop of Hertford, Paul Bayes ON 21st May
NORTH HERTS HOSTS BARN MEET
More than 25 local landowners, farmers and rural business owners came to a Barn Meeting in North Herts last Thursday (May 9th), at Thrift Farm in Royston.
Commissioner's Community Fund
The fund is there to help individuals, communities and
businesses to get together and generate ideas. The
Commissioner is particularly keen to support projects that show a
strong partnership ethos.
£250,000 has been allocated to the Commissioner’s Community Fund
for this first year. For further detail please click here.
Check out what I have being doing in My
Diary and My Blog or contact
me via my office and
follow me on twitter.
My latest tweets....