Three Rivers Partnerships Training Day with the police

26th February 2020

Three Rivers District Council in partnership with the police organised intense training for the Three Rivers Safer Neighbourhood teams, including PCSO’s, PC’s and Neighbourhood Sergeants. 

The workshop took place on 20 February 2020 and focused on community partner agencies and internal teams delivering services to the most vulnerable across the district. Topics included: 

  • Community Protection Notices - The Police
  • Community Navigator - NHS
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing - Herts Mind Network 
  • Housing – Three Rivers District Council
  • Environmental Health – Three Rivers District Council
  • Safeguarding – Three Rivers District Council
  • Closure Orders – Three Rivers District Council. 

Over 40 police officers benefitted from this training. Some of the feedback received reflects the day was beneficial and met their needs: 

The training will assist us as a force and me as an individual to manage the diverse needs of our community” 

Three Rivers are unique in their approach to tackling crime and disorder, this was an excellent day of training meeting the needs of high-risk vulnerable persons” 

“I didn’t realise how many partners we are able to tap into to assist us with our enquiries and help for our customers” 

Roger Seabourne, Lead Member for Community Partnership, concluded: “This is the start of a brand new programme of development, which adds an additional set of skills and knowledge. I am delighted that Three Rivers District Council were committed and able to deliver this bespoke workshop.”