Hertfordshire police develop new online reporting function

PUBLISHED: 11:12 28 April 2016 | UPDATED: 11:12 28 April 2016

Police have shut down a house in Great Ashby after numerous complaints

Police have shut down a house in Great Ashby after numerous complaints


Hertfordshire Constabulary is working with Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire police to develop a new way to report non-emergencies.

The new online information and reporting function is for the public to use as an alternative to calling 101 for non-emergency matters.

Police aim for the function to be ready to launch in early 2017, but an early version has been made available so people can test it and give feedback on their experiences.

This will ensure the form meets the public’s needs.

Over the coming weeks, the police force has requested that anyone who needs to find some information or report a non-emergency issue should visit the pilot online ‘Contact Us’ function.

Even if you do not need to report something, police would be grateful to anyone who has time to review the content and share their thoughts.

Although the function is still in its development stage, all of the information on it will be up to date and anything reported through it will be forwarded to the relevant department.

To test the new form, go to https://www.contacthertspolice.uk/

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