Police have announced a crackdown on anti-social behaviour which is blighting parts of Borehamwood.

The policing priorities for the next three months have been set across Hertsmere, based on feedback from residents who have reported issues in their neighbourhood.

Hertfordshire Constabulary says a dedicated team of PCs and PCSOs from its safer neighbourhood teams will now work to address the problems reported.

In Borehamwood, police say they will focus on tackling anti-social behaviour and criminal damage at The Point in Borehamwood town centre, as well as around the Manor Way shops.

Back in February, police said residents and businesses had approached them with concerns about drug and criminal activity in Manor Way.

One example given by police was youngsters riding in and out of traffic on scooters and bikes - one call to the area ended up in the arrest of a teenage boy on suspicion of theft a bike.

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Meanwhile, anti-social behaviour will also be tackled in Radlett, specifically in Scrubbitts Square, Phillimore Court, and Battlers Green Drive.

In Shenley, police will focus on speeding drivers especially in Black Lion Hill, London Road, Porters Park Drive, and Green Street.

Safer neighbourhood inspector Rachael 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.

"We will review these again in three months but in the meantime, you can still provide us with feedback using echo. 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."