Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner.  
Commissioner's Office: 01707 806100

Public Consultations

I am refreshing my Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan: Everybody’s Business which is halfway through its five year lifespan. This is to ensure it is relevant to new challenges and to consider how to deploy our share of the 20,000 officers recently announced by central government for England and Wales.
Here is a draft version of my refreshed plan which is now open for scrutiny, views and comments from members of the public and partner agencies. The consultation period will run until Thursday August 29th .
 Read My Draft Plan 

The plan sets out how the Constabulary will respond to policing demands and other initiatives to prevent crime and offending.  There are fresh ideas and projects included in response to what I am being told are priorities from residents in Hertfordshire.
The four main themes of the draft plan are
Building on Success
Putting Victims at the Centre
Public Focus
Business Sense 
I welcome your views on policing and crime in Hertfordshire which will assist me in shaping the a Constabulary and wider policy to keep residents safe and secure.
You can email in your views at the.plan@herts.pcc.pnn.gov.uk



Hertfordshire’s PCC is refreshing his Police and Crime Plan and wants to hear your views.

Click on each heading for more details on the Commissioner’s priorities
  • Ensure Hertfordshire continues to be one of the safest places in the country through a continued focus on crime prevention and robust enforcement.
  • Protect the Local Policing model with at least one major police station in each borough and district where the core local police team are based.
  • Continue to put victims first with improved services available through Beacon, our victim care centre and improvements in the criminal justice system.
  • Ensuring greater transparency, accountability and ethical behaviour
  • Improving an already excellent customer service
  • Working Together: Focusing on issues that matter to the public
  • Creating Active Citizens
  • Make the business of policing more efficient by collaborating with other emergency services
  • Making smarter use of police property