Help Shape the PCC's Refreshed Plan for Hertfordshire
Hertfordshire’s PCC is refreshing his Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan: Everybody’s Business and wants to hear your views.

At the beginning of his second term, Police and Crime Commissioner, David Lloyd, set out his ambition and vision for community safety and criminal justice across the county over the coming years.

The Commissioner is starting the process of refreshing his Plan that will lead to a refreshed edition in spring 2019. He is asking for feedback from the public and partners on the current Plan ahead of consulting on a new version over the coming months.

David Lloyd said:

“Publishing a Police and Crime Plan is one of the most important tasks of a PCC. I want to ensure that the refreshed Plan continues to reflect the changing landscape across community safety and criminal justice and the part that we all play in keeping people safe and supporting victims of crime.

“Any refreshed Plan needs to reflect the changing nature of criminality and emerging crime types including: serious violence, cybercrime and fraud, domestic abuse, child sexual exploitation and modern slavery.

“I want to hear the public’s views on the issues that are important to Hertfordshire and what my [MN71]  strategy should continue to prioritise to help me shape the new Plan and direction for the county, so please do take the opportunity to have your say.”

The public are being invited to read the current Plan ( and share their views by responding to the following questions via email –

 - What should the PCC’s refreshed Plan continue to focus on over the years ahead?
 - What are the new and emerging issues that should be included in the refreshed Plan?

You can also send your comments by Letter to the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, 15 Vaughan Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 4GZ by 10th January 2019.