Hertfordshire Constabulary

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Hertfordshire Constabulary is the territorial police force responsible for policing the county of Hertfordshire in England. Its headquarters is situated in Welwyn Garden City. The force is headed by Chief Constable Frank Whiteley and its manpower consists of over 3,900 Police Officers and staff, supported by more than 410 Special Constables.


The Constabulary was founded in 1841, under the County Police Act, five years after the Hertford Borough Police and St Albans Borough Police had been formed. In 1889, the Hertford Borough Police force was merged into Hertfordshire. St Albans remained independent until 1947.

Until 2000, parts of Hertfordshire (Hertsmere and part of Broxbourne council areas) were in the Metropolitan Police District and covered by the Metropolitan Police Service.

In 1965, the force had an establishment of 1,317 officers and an actual strength of 885.The Thin Blue Line, Police Council for Great Britain Staff Side Claim for Undermanning Supplements, 1965


On 1 April 2010, Hertfordshire Constabulary launched its Local Policing Command (LPC), providing a more efficient and effective way to oversee the delivery of local policing services across the county. Victims of crime and members of the public who make contact with us should not notice the changes which have been made to protect community policing and crime investigation at every level.

The LPC replaced the previous three area commands, which reduced...
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