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“I’ve always maintained I will not make the public pay a penny more for policing than they have to, and despite this increase Hertfordshire residents will still pay one of the lowest contributions for policing in the country.
“This is your chance to have a say on the amount you pay for policing in Hertfordshire.
Whilst the Crime Data Integrity report from Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services, shows significant improvement from the last inspection in 2014, it claims the police still need to improve the way crime is recorded.
This will help to increase officer numbers and provide more resources into the areas of policing which really make a difference.” If you would like to send me comments, please email them or write to: The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire, 15 Vaughan Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 4GZ by 31st January 2018.
Background The government has provided PCCs with the ability to raise the police section of the council tax by an average of £1 per month.
This represents a 7.9% increase in Hertfordshire’s council tax precept, which equates to a £1 per month increase on current levels for the average household (Band D equivalent – the increase will be applied to all households proportionately).
The police precept accounts for just under 40% of Hertfordshire Constabulary’s budget.