Hertsmere Safer Neighbourhood Team have set out their policing priorities for the next three months to ensure the borough remains a safe place.
In Radlett, this includes working to combat the theft of catalytic converters from vehicles by installing additional cameras in car parks. Officers will also be contacting the owners of more at-risk vehicles to provide tailored crime prevention advice.
Safer Neighbourhood Inspector Rachael Robertson said: “Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide their feedback on what they think we should be focusing on via our online public feedback service echo.
“While we do our best to speak to as many of you as possible while out on patrols and at engagements events, your online feedback is essential to ensure we’re focusing on the issues that are directly affecting you.
“We are working with partners, such as Hertsmere Borough Council, to install additional CCTV cameras in problem areas as well as increasing patrols and providing bespoke crime prevention advice to tackle the issues you have raised.
“Throughout the next three months, we will track our progress to ensure we’re making a real difference.
“In the meantime, you can continue to provide us with feedback using echo. Simply go to Hertsmere echo and have your say. It’s important to note that some comments we receive are about things that aren’t police matters, such as parking, lighting and litter; however, we do pass these comments to our partner agencies, such as Hertsmere Borough Council and Herts County Council, so that they are aware and can look to tackle them.”