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The St Albans Community Safety Partnership wants to hear the views of local residents on crime and anti-social behaviour so that it can use these to help set priorities for the forthcoming year. It would like to find out what types of crime are of concern and has put together a short online questionnaire for residents to complete […]

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Keep your Shed safe…

by awitherick on 3 March, 2011

It’s that time of year again and the police are warning residents to keep their garages and sheds safe. Herts Police offer the following additional advice: – Remember to always lock your garage door securely. Metal “up and over” garage doors can be secured with additional locks fitted to either side and/or a floor mounted […]

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The hidden killer- the need for support

by awitherick on 20 February, 2011

Domestic violence and domestic abuse are true hidden killers. Councillor Allan Siao Ming Witherick has been campaigning to raise awareness on these.  “When I worked for the Police Authority we knew under reporting was an issue- too often those suffering didn’t come forward.  Especially men.  We need to change perceptions make people more aware of […]

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A Special Weekend

by awitherick on 8 February, 2011

THE MAJORITY of the Constabulary’s Special Constables will be on duty to support the 10th National Specials Weekend, with this year’s theme being tackling Anti-Social Behaviour. The weekend, which runs from Friday February 11 to Sunday February 13, 2011, will see most of the county’s 404 Special Constables on duty. Hertfordshire Special Constables are recognised […]

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Hertfordshire residents with an interest in the criminal justice system can volunteer to help young people in trouble with the law. Hertfordshire County Council’s Services for Young People relies on community-minded volunteers to help guide and advise young offenders and young people who have been arrested and been before the Courts. Volunteers on Youth Offender […]

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