Your Local Police
Hertford's police station is close to the town centre in Hale Road.
There is no counter service at Hertford Police Station.
Contacting the Police
The non-emergency number for Hertfordshire is 101. Please use it to:
- report an incident or a crime that has happened (not an incident or crime in progress as this should be a 999 call)
- speak to a police officer or member of police staff
- for a general police enquiry, advice and information
To contact police in an emergency always dial 999. An emergency is when:
- Someone is injured, being threatened or is in danger
- There is a risk of injury to someone or a risk of serious damage to property
- A crime is in progress or you suspect a crime is in progress
- There is a serious incident which needs immediate police attendance
- Someone suspected of a crime is nearby
For more information about contacting the police, click the link below.
» Herts Police: Your Local Contacts
Your Neighbourhood Team
To find out more about Hertford's Safer Neighboyurhgeood team, click the link below.
Police & Crime Commissioner
The Police & Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire is David Lloyd. The PCC is responsible for the way policing is delivered in the county. The PCC decides how funding related to policing and crime reduction is allocated and, in consultation with the Chief Constable, sets the strategic direction and objectives of the force through their Police and Crime Plan.
To find out more about the Police & Crime Commissioner, please click the link below.