Everybody's business: my first 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.

 

Downloads

 

Download Adobe PDF Document Download the six-month progress report.

 

Download Adobe PDF Document Download the annex.

 

To view the plan in full, click the image below:

 

Police and Crime Plan

Today's Top News Stories

COMMISSIONER SEES RURAL POLICING

COMMISSIONER SEES RURAL POLICING

A whistle stop tour of East Herts showed partnership working in action in towns and rural areas last week (Thursday 3rd April).

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COMMUNITY FUND OPENS FOR BIDS

COMMUNITY FUND OPENS FOR BIDS

Community groups are invited to bid for grants from a £125,000 community safety fund after it was opened again for a new round of applications on Tuesday 1st April.

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DOMESTIC ABUSE REPORT WELCOMED

DOMESTIC ABUSE REPORT WELCOMED

Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed HMIC’s report published on 27th March which gives Hertfordshire Constabulary praise for its good practice whilst acknowledging some areas for improvement.

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POLICING MINISTER'S PRAISE FOR HERTS

POLICING MINISTER'S PRAISE FOR HERTS

Policing minister Damian Green praised the “innovation and accountability” that PCCs have brought to policing in a recent speech, in particular recognising David Lloyd and Hertfordshire.

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Volunteering Strategy

Everybody's Business

 

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire is challenging individuals, organisations and businesses across Hertfordshire to consider what more they can do to help keep Hertfordshire safe, as he launches his volunteering strategy.  Click here for more...

 

To read the strategy, please click here.

 

To send your ideas and questions, please click here.

 

Audio of David Lloyd's Speech at Launch of Strategy

 

 

Commissioner Protects Local Policing in latest budget round

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, David Lloyd, has announced his intention to freeze local this year’s Council Tax precept for policing while at the same time protecting local policing in Hertfordshire.

Click here to read the full story.

 

Get Involved

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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

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

For further detail please click on the logo

Annual Report and Audit of Accounts

Annual Report

The first annual report of the Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner is available here. The report covers the period April 2012 to March 2013, which includes the first months of the Commissioner’s tenure.

 

Audit of Accounts

Under Regulation 11 of the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2011, Ernst & Young LLP, as appointed auditors, have completed the audit of the accounts of both the Police & Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire and the Chief Constable for Hertfordshire, for the year ended 31st March 2013.


An unqualified opinion and the audit certificate for both sets of accounts were issued by Ernst & Young LLP on the 26th September 2013. On the same date Ernst & Young LLP also issued an unqualified conclusion on both the Police & Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire and the Chief Constable for Hertfordshire’s arrangements for securing value for money as required by the Audit Commission's Code of Practice.

 

Members of the public and local government electors have certain rights in the audit process.

  • Click here for more details
  • Click here to view the Consolidated Statement of Accounts for 2012/13
  • Click here to view the Annual Audit Letter (October 2013)