Police say one of its new priorities in Borehamwood is to tackle anti-social driving.

Careless and anti-social driving has been highlighted to police through calls and online reports from residents living in the town - and now officers are taking action.

Last week, police community support officers stationed themselves in areas of Borehamwood, including Hartforde Road and Manor Way, with devices monitoring the speed of drivers passing through.

Although no fines were given during last week's operation, officers have been issuing advice and warnings to drivers.

Police say they have been patrolling hotspot areas and working to identify motorists who are driving in a way that puts other road users in danger.

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Speeding checks in Manor Way, off Elstree Way, Borehamwood

But Hertfordshire Constabulary says it needs the public's help too.

Officers are urging residents to share video footage or let them know of any incidents they see.

PCSO Natalie Lancaster from the Borehamwood and Elstree safer neighbourhood team is leading the response to anti-social driving.

She said: "We listened to residents about what concerns them most and this came up repeatedly and so it will be a focus for the team.

"We will not accept this type of behaviour and will do all we can to tackle it. Work has already begun with proactive operations, however, it’s fair to say that we cannot be everywhere at all times.

"That’s why we are asking people who capture this type of activity on video to send it to us.

"You might have captured it on your dash cam or mobile phone. We will review the footage and take enforcement action where we can.

"I would ask people not to put themselves in any danger to take footage though. It’s more important to be safe."

If you capture incidents, they can be sent to the team using the following link: https://www.herts.police.uk/Report/Report-Shared/Report-anti-social-driving-with-video-evidence

Police can also be contacted on 101, or 999 if it is an emergency, via herts.police.uk/report, or Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.