Have your say on new policing priorities for Rickmansworth and Oxhey
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The Rickmansworth and Oxhey Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs) would like to hear from the community respectively as they prepare to decide their next set of policing priorities.
The Rickmansworth team covers Rickmansworth, Maple Cross, Chorleywood, Mill End, West Hyde, Sarratt, Belsize and Chandler’s Cross, while the Oxhey team covers Oxhey Hall, Moor Park and Eastbury, Northwick, Hayling, Ashridge and Carpenders Park. Officers regularly review their priorities using police intelligence as well as information provided by the public and partners.
SNT officers are tasked with fixing short and long-term neighbourhood issues such as anti-social behaviour. To achieve this, they work closely with local partners including the council, housing associations and schools.
Detective Inspector Dan Bhamra, who leads the Safer Neighbourhood Teams in Three Rivers, said: “As we start thinking about the next set of priorities, it’s important that we hear from residents. What do you think we should focus on? Is there a particular problem that you would like us to prioritise?
“We want to know your views and will take them into consideration when we set the new priorities. Please let us know using echo, our online community voice platform, by Monday 14 August. We will review all the information we receive, and our new priorities will be announced shortly after.”
Visit the Three Rivers echo page (opens in a new window) to submit your feedback completely anonymously. However, please give us as much information about the issues as you can – dates, times, and locations of incidents are very important, so the information can be passed on to the relevant team.
To receive police messages about a range of topics including burglaries, scams and missing people in your local area, sign up to owl.co.uk/herts or download the ‘OWL crime alerts’ app from your app store.