Policing and Public Safety
This section contains information about accidents, emergency and safety and crime and law enforcement, including anti-social behaviour, domestic violence and hate crime.
This section contains information on:
- Crime Prevention and Seasonal Safety
- Accidents, Emergencies and Safety
- Crime and Law Enforcement
- Victim Support
- Fire Fighting and Rescue Services
- Police Specials
Community and Living
The Community Partnerships team also provide services on community and living, including the following:
There are also links to the Hertfordshire Constabulary, who provide policing in Three Rivers and the Police and Crime Commissioner, who is responsible for setting the policing budget, holding the Chief Constable to account, determining local policing priorities and representing the views of Hertfordshire's residents.
For information about Neighbourhood Watch schemes in the district, please see the Neighbourhood Watch page.
You can receive important information with our Community Safety e-newsletter. The bulletins will be produced four times a year. To automatically receive the newsletter via email, please subscribe...
You can also sign up to the Online Watch Link (OWL). OWL keeps communities safe, helps reduce crime and keeps people informed of what's going on locally. It's a shared, secure platform for the public and local authorities to maximise the potential of Neighbourhood Watch. www.owl.co.uk
Counter Terrorism and Extremism
Prevent is a strand of Contest - the governments counter terrorism strategy – that aims to identify people who may be at risk of radicalisation and providing them with support.
Visit the NaCTSO website today and every day this week for information about how to stay safe online and how to be vigilant against the threat from terrorism. www.gov.uk/nactso.
Follow Twitter activity and webchats at: @Policechiefs or https://twitter.com/PoliceChiefs. #CounterTerrorismUK
What to do if you notice activity that may be suspicious?
Remember, no piece of information is considered too small or insignificant.
It’s probably nothing but….if you see or hear anything that could be terrorist-related trust your instincts and call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321. In an emergency, always dial 999.
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