Herts police commissioner to attend Harpenden Society public meeting

PUBLISHED: 19:00 10 September 2018

Herts Police Commissioner David Lloyd

Herts Police Commissioner David Lloyd


The Harpenden Society has invited Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd to a public meeting on crime.

The society has organised the meeting to allow residents to gain a greater understanding of the levels of crime in the town.

Mr Lloyd has been invited to update residents about the current situation with regards to strategic goals for policing and the steps being taken to protect local policing.

Chief Supt Matthew Nicholls of local policing command will also speak at the meeting, as will Det Insp Lynda Coates.

Following the formal presentation, there will be a question and answer session, where members of the audience can raise issues of concern.

The event will be held at Rothamsted Conference Centre in Harpenden on Wednesday, September 26, with a reception at 7.30pm before the 8pm start.

Free parking will be available.

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