Crime and safety

How to report antisocial behaviour and information about the Community Trigger
Make a referral to the South West Hertfordshire Youth Action Panel
How the Community Safety Partnership works to reduce crime and antisocial behaviour in the district
Spotting the signs that a young person is being drawn into gang is a key element to prevention.
If you are experiencing any form of domestic abuse call the police on 999 in an emergency or 101 to report a non-emergency. Information support services available.
Advice on how to protect yourself from burglary and vehicle crime
Report a hate crime and access victim support
What we are doing to tackle modern slavery in the district
See information about the dog control public spaces protection order issued in the district
Preventing radicalisation and the prevent duty. Prevent is about stopping people from being radicalised and becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
The Beacon service offers a complete 'wrap-around' provision for victims, with vulnerable or repeat victims being identified early on for an enhanced care package.
Scams affect the lives of many people across Three Rivers. They come in many forms and it is impossible to know about all of them.
Safeguarding is a vital process that protects children and adults from harm, abuse, and neglect.