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POLICE PRIORITIES: Officers tackle problem motorcyclists in Radlett

 Published on: 11th March 2022   |   By: News Bulletin   |   Category: Uncategorized

Officers from Hertsmere’s Safer Neighbourhood Team have been working with partner agencies to tackle motorcyclists riding their off-road bikes illegally on open land in Radlett.  

Sergeant Iain Brunt said: “Motorcyclists were driving illegally and in an anti-social manner near or on North Medburn Farm in the Oakridge Lane area of Radlett and on land off Theobald Street in Borehamwood. 

“As a result of [resident] feedback, we made this one of our priorities to tackle over a three-month period from November last year. 

“We worked with Hertfordshire County Council to arrange for access points to be reviewed so that preventative measures could be put in place.

 As a result, new fencing and ‘motorcycle inhibitors’ have been installed at entrance points to public footpaths off Theobald Street to stop motorcyclists from gaining access to the land. Thanks to the support of Hertsmere Borough Council warning signage will also be going up shortly.”

The force has also been carrying out patrols to stop motorcyclists and take action. 

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1 Comment

  1. Philip FISHER March 11th, 2022, 10:34 pm

    Well donepolice and herts council

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