Policing Hertfordshire for everyone

How the Constabulary supports equality and diversity

Chief Constable Andy BLISS 1 - Chief Constable

Eliminating discrimination, offering equal opportunity and fostering good relations in Hertfordshire.

 

How the Constabulary supports and responds to the needs of our diverse communities is featured within this section of our internet. PCSO and students

 

The information, which is presented as part of our duty under the Equality Act 2010, reflects our on-going commitment to adapt our services and approach to ensure people feel safe and confident about the work we do every day.

 

The Hertfordshire Home Security Service provides a Security/Handy Person service for free to people over the age of 60It also re-affirms our commitment to continue our positive work with individuals and minority groups across the county to ensure our service meets the needs of our diverse communities.

 

Download Adobe PDF Document Please follow this link to the extended version of the booklet 'Policing Hertfordshire for everyone' which details the work we do. *Updated June 2013*

 

If you require this document in different languages, braille or larger text size, please email us at FCREnquiries@Herts.pnn.police.uk

 

 

January 2013 version booklet

Download Adobe PDF Document Please follow this link to the extended version of the booklet 'Policing Hertfordshire for everyone' which details the work we do.

 

2012 booklets

Download Adobe PDF Document You can download the extended 2012 version of the booklet here
Download Adobe PDF Document
 You can download the shortened 2012 version of the booklet here

 

Hertfordshire Equality Duty Objectives April 2012 - April 2016

Click here for the Equality Duty Objectives - April 2012 - April 2016.

 

HR Data and Analysis can be found in the "Policing Hertfordshire for Everyone "publication (extended version).

 

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Web Link For more information on the Equality Act 2010, please click here.