Neighbourhood Watch News Article
Published: 24th February 2011
The Constabulary is asking victims of crime to share their views to help further improve the service we provide when someone has a crime committed against them or their property.
Levels of satisfaction with the police from victims of crime in Hertfordshire are high, currently sitting at just over 84 per cent, but police are asking how they can further improve the way victims are updated on the investigation, supported and kept informed to ensure a high quality of service is delivered to all victims, all of the time.
If you, or one of your friends or a family member, have an experience with the police they would like to share and would like to take part in a ’Think Tank’ consultation session on Monday February 28, Thursday March 3 or Tuesday March 22 at 10am-12pm, please email Inspector Bob McGowan at email@example.com.
The sessions are simple, anonymous and will take no more than two hours of your time. Feedback can also be submitted on the website athttp://www.herts.police.uk/about/generalfeedback.php or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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