Plain-clothed police officers are patrolling a nature reserve after complaints of illicit sexual encounters - including one which involved a man dressed in a yodelling outfit being led around on a chain.
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A confidential and professional service based in Hertfordshire, we provide specialist counselling for a wide range of sexual and relationship issues.
Help is offered to both individuals and couples of any sexual orientation.
All patients admitted have a holistic assessment by a Consultant Psychiatrist, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, Psychologist and if appropriate a speech and language therapist.
We understand the importance of being person-centered with individual packages of care available.
We may occasionally need to ask you to return to a scheduled appointment or ask you to attend another one of our clinics.
We see many clients from the surrounding areas including Watford, London Colney, Redbourn, Radlett, Wheathampstead, Harpenden, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City, Welwyn, Knebworth, Stevenage, Hitchin, and Baldock.
Referrals can be made either directly by the individual or couple, or from their General Practitioner (GP), sexual health clinic or any other health or social care practitioner.
The cordon is near Silam Road, with an investigation launched after police were called just before 11.30pm.
A police spokeswoman said the victim was aged in her 20s, and is being supported by specialist officers.
Herts Aid is an HIV and sexual health charity providing support, educational and clinical services across Hertfordshire.
Commissioned by Hertfordshire County Council, we provide a range of services to support people living with HIV and their families, as well as Rapid HIV testing, Chlamydia screening, and education and awareness sessions in HIV and Sexual health to schools, colleges, universities, other professionals and the general public.
It is just as important as physical and mental health.
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Anyone with information that could help the investigation should call police on 101.
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