The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, David Lloyd, is hosting his third annual lecture next week (Tuesday 16th June). Everyone is welcome to attend and hear about ‘The Future of Policing’.
The evening event takes place once again at the University of Hertfordshire in their purpose-built auditorium on the de Havilland campus. Everyone is welcome to book a place and listen to the lecture, which starts at 6.30pm (registration from 6pm), with an opportunity to ask questions at the end.
More than 230 people have already registered to attend but there is space for more.
Commissioner Lloyd said: “At a time of austerity many people are arguing that current models of policing are no longer sustainable and that fundamental change is required. I will be giving my view on the choices that we need to make.”
Commissioner Lloyd will also be presenting his finalised refreshed Police and Crime Plan, ‘Everybody’s Business 2015-20’ which continues his key themes of Public Focus, Offender Pays and Business Sense but now also includes a forward-looking focus to new and emerging crime types, including cybercrime and child sexual exploitation, and puts victims as its central foundation.
If you would like to come to the lecture, the University asks that you please register first and you can be issued with a free parking permit, if required. Please register at: http://www.herts.ac.uk/about-us/events/2015/june/police-and-crime-commissioners-annual-lecture-2015 or email email@example.com
If anyone wishes to contact the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner they can email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone 01707 806100 or write to the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, Harpenden Police Station, 15 Vaughan Road, Hertfordshire, AL5 4GZ.