Officers from the Bishop’s Stortford Safer Neighbourhood Team are hosting a community event at the Stortford Fields estate on Saturday (29 October).
The area’s new dedicated PCSO, Adam Pemberton, will be in attendance with colleagues from the team, to speak to local residents about any issues or concerns they feel need addressing.
Crime prevention advice and personal safety items will be on offer, as well as a free bike marking service.
Officers will also be visiting addresses on the estate to sign residents up to the community messaging system OWL.
Operational commitments pending, colleagues from Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service will be in attendance to conduct free fire safety checks.
The team will be stationed on the green area near the play park on Reynolds Drive, between 3pm and 6pm.
PCSO Adam Pemberton said: “Safer Streets events are a great way for residents to meet with their local officers to discuss any concerns and find out about the work the Safer Neighbourhood Team is doing in the local area. Feedback from members of the public is so important to help us ensure we’re focussing our resources accordingly.
“Residents will also be able to pick up free crime prevention advice and items to help keep themselves and their property safer.
“I look forward to meeting as many people as possible on the day.”
If you are unable to attend the event, you can still give your views via our anonymous community voice platform ‘echo’. Your feedback will help towards shaping our local policing priorities, initiatives and campaigns. Visit echo and tell us your thoughts.