We employ more than 3,000 police officers and staff and are supported by around 250 Special Constables.
Together we work hard to catch criminals, keep people safe and reduce crime.
The county has a population of well over a million, with both very rural and urban areas, and our aim is to make Hertfordshire a safe place to live, work and visit.
Chief Constable Charlie Hall and his executive leadership team are based at headquarters in Welwyn Garden City, alongside staff that provide administrative support.
As well as our emergency response teams, at a local level Safer Neighbourhood Teams work with partners such as councils to promote safety and keep crime low.
We also have specialist investigation teams who help support some of the most vulnerable people in our communinities.
Ensuring we are providing the best service is essential. We are always reviewing our approach, learning from previous experiences and listening to feedback.
Everyone at Hertfordshire Constabulary takes personal responsibility to help create an inclusive workplace, where police officers and staff respect one another, feel valued for their differences and can be themselves. We are committed to providing reasonable adjustments, wherever needed so everyone feels welcome and can flourish.