Everybody's business: my 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 development:

  • 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 page.

 

annual report

 

Download Adobe PDF Document Download the Annual Report

PCC Annual Report

 

To view the Police and Crime Plan in full, click the image below:

 

Police and Crime Plan

 

 

Today's Top News Stories

PCC TALKS POLICING AT HEMEL SCHOOL

PCC TALKS POLICING AT HEMEL SCHOOL

Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd visited a school in Hemel Hempstead yesterday morning (Tuesday 27th January) to talk to pupils about his role.

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NATIONAL CRIME SURVEY RESULTS

NATIONAL CRIME SURVEY RESULTS

Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed another drop in overall crime, following the release of the latest Crime Survey for England and Wales by the Office for National Statistics on Friday (23rd January).

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PCC WELCOMES POLICE RECRUITMENT DRIVE

PCC WELCOMES POLICE RECRUITMENT DRIVE

Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd has welcomed a drive by Hertfordshire Constabulary to recruit more police officers and police community support officers (PCSOs).

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CHANGES TO CONTROL ROOM PROGRESSING

CHANGES TO CONTROL ROOM PROGRESSING

The Strategic Alliance between three police forces continues to strengthen following agreement by Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd to progress collaboration of the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Control Rooms.

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VICTIMS' VOICE Survey

Victims' VoiceWe want to hear about your experience of crime so that services to support victims in the future can be improved.

Good or bad, please take the time now to tell us in complete confidence about what happened and how you were treated and helped.

Even if you did not report the crime to the police, or other authority (for example your local council in the case of anti-social behaviour), your story is important to hear.

The survey takes just a few minutes to complete. Click here to complete the survey.

 

Campaigns

Volunteers

Be a volunteer and play your part to help keep Hertfordshire safe.  Click here for more...

Volunteer

Community drive safe

Worried about speeding through your village, street or neighbourhood?

Now you can get actively involved by volunteering to run a Community DriveSafe scheme. Click the image to find out how.

Community DriveSafe

HertsREunited

A new website, HertsReunited, to help reunite members of the public with their lost and stolen property, is being launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire and Hertfordshire Constabulary.

A new website, HertsReunited, to help reunite members of the public with their lost and stolen property, is being launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire and Hertfordshire Constabulary.

The website features photos of found and recovered items, as well as a facility for people to report their lost property.

Transparency

We are committed to being transparent to the public. Here are some quick links to our most frequently asked questions:

 

Social Media

You can follow the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, David Lloyd, on Twitter at @HertsPCC and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/hertspcc


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Commissioner's Community Fund 

The fund is there to help individuals, communities and businesses to get together and generate ideas.  I am particularly keen to support projects that show a strong partnership ethos.

I have once again allocated £250,000 to the Commissioner's Community Fund for the financial year 2014-15. 

 

Commissioner's Community Fund

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