Herts Constabulary up police presence following Westminster attack

Herts Constabulary up police presence following Westminster attack.

Herts Constabulary up police presence following Westminster attack.


Herts Police have enhanced the security of officers following the Westminster attack yesterday and have visibly increased police patrols across the county.

Herts Police released the following statement after yesterday’s tragedy: “It is now clear that the incident in London yesterday led to the tragic deaths of members of the public and a police officer.

“Our thoughts are or course with the officer and members of the public’s families, friends and colleagues.

“Whilst there is no specific threat to the county, Hertfordshire Constabulary, in line with the rest of the police service across the UK, continues to work to protect and reassure our communities as well as taking sensible measures to enhance the security of police officers given the recent tragic incident in London.

“The Constabulary’s response includes a strong visible police presence across the county to provide reassurance to all communities and to protect the public from harm.

“We encourage the public to be vigilant and if they have any concern about activities or behaviour of people in their area, they should contact police on 101 or if it is an emergency call 999.

“Suspicious behaviour can also be reported to the Anti-Terrorist Hotline: 0800 789 321.

“If anyone has information in relation to the incident in London they should contact the Anti-Terrorist Hotline.”

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