A record number of knives have been surrendered in Herts during a week-long amnesty.
Police are urging residents across Hertfordshire to surrender any unwanted knives anonymously, without risk of prosecution.
Hitchin and Harpenden MP Bim Afolami has welcomed £14.9m extra funding for Herts police - most of which will come from increasing taxes.
The ‘significant threat’ posed by serious crime has prompted Hertfordshire’s police and crime commissioner to consider increasing council tax.
Children at a David Lloyd’s kids’ club in Stevenage have filled 50 shoeboxes with small gifts to give to people less fortunate this Christmas.
Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has launched the third round of an initiative to give cash from driving offences to worthy causes.
The Hertfordshire police knife amnesty took a huge number of blades off our streets, including swords, military knives and ‘elven’ knives.
A teenager has had 24 inches of her hair cut off to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital after her niece’s life was saved by doctors there.
Black and minority ethnic people in Hertfordshire are four times as likely to be the subject of a police stop and search, figures have shown.
Waste and roadworks employees contending with increasing abuse at work have resorted to wearing body cameras.
You can hand in knives with no questions asked at three Hertfordshire police stations as part of a knife amnesty this September.
A Fire Brigades Union chief has claimed the Herts Police and Crime Commissioner wasted £100k on his “failed power grab” for the fire service.
The Herts Police and Crime Commissioner has suspended his business case to take over running of the fire service.
Police are installing new technology to ensure suspects held in Hatfield and Stevenage cells are dealt with as quickly as possible.
Merger plans between the Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire police forces are on the back burner, it has been revealed.
Hertfordshire’s police and crime commissioner could close blue-light stations in Hitchin, Hatfield and other towns if he gains control over the fire and rescue service.
The Association for Police and Crime Commissioners has announced today that ‘Finn’s Law’, which will help to protect service animals in the line of duty, has been backed by the Government.