South Oxhey Community Connection Day
Residents and business owners in South Oxhey are invited to discuss local crime issues and get advice at their local police station next week.
Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd will be holding a Community Connection Day outside the station in in Oxhey Drive from 11.30am to 2.30pm on Wednesday August 21st.

Sgt Daniel Amos from the South Oxhey Safer Neighbourhood Team and some of his team will also be there along with Cllr Sara Bedford, Leader of Three Rivers Council.

   Mr Lloyd will be visiting South Oxhey police station to talk to residents

“I look forward to seeing members of the public at the police station to hear what concerns they may have about crime and policing in their area,” said Mr Lloyd.

“One of the key messages I want to get across is that South Oxhey still has a permanently staffed police station that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“The decision was taken several years ago to close the front counter as only a couple of people used it a day. Those who want to speak to the police can call 101, contact the Constabulary online or arrange for a face to face meeting.”

The Commissioner will also have draft copies of his refreshed Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan: Everybody’s Business which is currently out for public consultation. It enables people to have their say on what priorities they think the police should concentrate on in the county.

Also in attendance will be the Constabulary ECHO team who have recently launched a new paperless engagement platform for anyone to provide feedback on Hertfordshire Police.

 In the event of bad weather the event will be held inside the Parish Hall directly next to the station.