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Is there an area of concern that you’d like your local policing team to focus on?
Now’s the time to let us know as we ask residents to help the Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNT) in East Herts set their next round of local policing priorities.
SNTs work alongside local partners, to focus on solving long and short-term neighbourhood issues, such as anti-social behaviour, speeding, criminal damage and drug related crime.
Feedback from members of the public plays a huge part in the decision making and information provided via the Constabulary’s community voice platform ‘echo’ is used to help shape the priorities.
You can give your views now by using the relevant link below, by Sunday 6 August.
“Feedback from members of the public is vital to ensure that local policing resources are focusing on the issues that matter most to them,” said Safer Neighbourhood Team Inspector Mark Collins.
“Your views really do make a difference. If we know about it, we can work to tackle it alongside local communities and our partners, including East Herts Council.”
You can keep up to date with the work of your local SNT on Facebook by following the ‘East Herts Police’ page.
Echo should not be used to report a crime. If you need to do so, this can be done in the following ways -
Information can be reported online, by speaking to an operator in our Force Communications Room via our online web chat or by calling the non-emergency number 101.
Alternatively, members of the public can stay 100% anonymous by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via their untraceable online form (opens in a new window).
Always dial 999 immediately if a crime is in progress or if someone’s life is in danger.
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