Police will put a specific focus on tackling antisocial behaviour, speeding, and theft over the next three months.

Hertsmere's safer neighbourhood inspector Rachael Robertson has announced the latest policing priorities for her borough, based on feedback from residents.

Police say they have seen an increase in thefts from people reported in Borehamwood, particularly because shops are shut, so Inspector Robertson says this will be a something her team will be aiming to address and stamp out.

Residents in The Rise in Elstree reported concerns about crime in their area - police will work with Hertsmere Borough Council to also address environmental concerns that have been raised.

Inspector Robertson also says her officers have seen an increase in reports of antisocial behaviour in northern areas of Bushey, including the Park Avenue area.

She says her officers will work to reduce the problems the area is facing over the coming weeks and months.

In Radlett and Aldenham, police say residents have raised concerns about speeding in various locations so it is likely speed enforcement operations will be carried out in the villages.

Speeding, antisocial driving, and antisocial behaviour will be looked at in Potters Bar. There have been reports of drug-related activity, littering, and graffiti in Wyllyotts Place underground car park in Darkes Lane.

Inspector Robertson said: "These priorities have been set following responses from residents using our public feedback service 'echo' and I thank them for taking the time in sharing what matters most to them. It’s really useful to understand what you would like to see from us."

Over the last three months, officers reacted to previous concerns raised by residents using the echo platform.

Police say operations have been carried out in Studio Way and near Horizon Place in Borehamwood after reports of antisocial drivers.

A number of drivers were stopped and section 59 notices were issued. Police can seize a vehicle next time if those issued with a Section 59 are caught driving illegally or antisocially again over the next 12 months.

Police said they have seen a "notable" decrease in reports of antisocial behaviour in parks in Bushey and Radlett after patrols were stepped up, while in Shenley, numerous operations have been carried out to tackle speeding in Black Lion Hill and on Porters Park Drive. Tickets and warning were issued to those caught speeding.

"It’s important to note that some comments we receive are about things that aren’t police matters, such as parking and litter, however we do pass these comments to our partner agencies, such as Hertsmere Borough Council so that they are aware and can look to tackle them.

"We will review the priorities again in three months but in the meantime, you can still provide us with feedback using echo. Simply go to bit.ly/police-hm and have your say."