Protect Your Home
Hertfordshire continues to be one of the
safest counties in the UK, with home burglary levels having reduced
by almost half in the past ten years to a current level averaging
fewer than one burglary in each district per day. When home
burglaries do happen, they are taken very seriously by
Hertfordshire Constabulary and we are working hard to prevent
burglary and to identify and bring those responsible to justice. We
understand that burglaries can be very upsetting and will often
impact on people’s feelings of security within their home.
Under our burglary prevention campaign, Operation Guardian, we
undertake a range of burglary prevention activities, including
carrying out regular patrols to deter burglars and working with
Neighbourhood Watch, local councils and other partners to keep
residents and local businesses informed about how best to secure
Home Security Self-Assessment can be printed and used as a
Please choose a section below for
further advice: -
CLICK HERE TO TRY OUR
VIRTUAL 'HOUSE' GAME!
Herts Police and Hertfordshire
County Council have an interactive safety and security tool -
explore the virtual 'house' to get handy hints on how
to keep you and your property safe and secure.
The Operation Guardian interactive
advice tool requires Adobe Flash Player.
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HELP US STOP BURGLARY
If you see any suspicious behaviour
in your neighbourhood, please call 101, if
you witness a crime in progress, call
If you have any information about
burglary you can contact the independent crime-fighting charity
Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555
111 or through their Anonymous Online Form
No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or
recorded and you will not go to court.
It is a good idea to join Neighbourhood Watch. You will receive
local alerts and updates from your local policing team, as well as
the latest crime prevention advice to share with your friends and