Hitchin residents are being asked to tell Herts police which issues they think should be prioritised by the force.

The Hitchin Urban Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT), which covers all of Hitchin, is seeking feedback from residents on which issues they would like to see prioritised.

Currently, the policing priorities for Hitchin Urban are tackling residential burglaries, speeding and youth-related anti-social behaviour in Hitchin town centre.

Taz Gill, Hitchin Urban SNT Sergeant, said: “Feedback from members of the public is vital to ensure that local policing resources are focusing on the issues that matter most to them.


“Please do use the echo or OWL methods to let us know your views as they really do make a difference.

“If we know about issues, we can work to tackle them alongside local communities and our partners, including local councils.”

SNTs work alongside local partners to focus on solving long- and short-term neighbourhood issues, such as anti-social behaviour, speeding, criminal damage and drug-related crime.

You can give your views on the policing priorities for Hitchin Urban by visiting bit.ly/police-hitchinurban before Monday, November 27.