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Just under 60% comes from central government grant which has been frozen for the next year, and the rest is from constabulary reserves.
For more details see the Home Office’s press release on this from Tuesday 19th December.
“They present key information in an accessible format on their websites and I congratulate them all on their good work.
“I look forward to what I trust will be continued excellent work by each and every one of them in this area." Read more about the award and the work of Co Pa CC.
There will also be more funding for crime investigation teams to make sure that victims of crime receive the best care possible.
David Lloyd said: “This settlement is welcome and helps to secure funding for Hertfordshire in a year which has seen a significant rise in demand on our officers.
Activity will be focussed on those criminals causing the most harm to our communities through a wide range of proactive work carried out by police officers and staff across the Constabulary.
Crime is low in Hertfordshire but there is always more we can do to help to keep you safe and your property secure.
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.
“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.
* Operation Scorpion is Hertfordshire Constabulary's initiative to relentlessly pursue criminals, bring them to justice and make Hertfordshire a more hostile place for them.
It targets burglars, robbers, vehicle thieves and related drug crime.
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Read the PCC's Open Letter This will be spent on protecting neighbourhood policing teams, investing in additional officers from the Operation Scorpion* units to help tackle burglary, anti-social behaviour and drug-related crime.