People of South Oxhey are invited to share and discuss any concerns in the community next week.

Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd will be holding a community connection day outside the police station in Oxhey Drive on Wednesday August 21.

He will joined by neighbourhood police officers and leader of Three Rivers District Council, Cllr Sara Bedford.

Mr Lloyd said: "I look forward to seeing members of the public at the police station to hear what concerns they may have about crime and policing in their area.

"One of the key messages I want to get across is that South Oxhey still has a permanently staffed police station that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

"The decision was taken several years ago to close the front counter as only a couple of people used it a day. Those who want to speak to the police can call 101, contact the Constabulary online or arrange for a face to face meeting."

The event will take place from 11.30am to 2.30pm and residents and business owners are welcome to pop along.

If the weather is bad, the event will be held in the parish hall next door.

Mr Lloyd will also have draft copies of his refreshed community safety and criminal justice plan: Everybody’s Business, which is currently out for public consultation. It enables people to have their say on what priorities they think the police should concentrate on in the county.

Email the to provide any feedback to Mr Lloyd's plan.