Updated Monday 24th September 2007
Community Voice Meeting
What's being done to keep Hertford safe at night?
Crime and the night-time economy are on the agenda for the next Hertford area Community Voice meeting, giving residents a chance to discuss their concerns with local police officers.
The meeting takes place at East Herts Council's offices, in the Council Chamber at Wallfields, Pegs Lane, Hertford on Thursday, September 27 from 7.30-9pm.
Hertford is a popular place at night, with revellers coming from across the region to enjoy the many bars and restaurants. In recent years, projects like taxi marshalling and a Pub Watch scheme have been launched to reduce disorder in the evenings.
Hertford's neighbourhood police team will be at the meeting to answer questions, whether they're about the night-time economy or local crime in general.
Suzanne Rutland-Barsby, chairman of Hertford Community Voice said: "Don't miss the opportunity to talk to local police officers about any issues you might have. Hertford is a wonderful area to live in and a popular place for a night out, but we have to make sure residents' lives aren't disrupted in the evenings, and that the area remains safe."