Get Involved

Do you want to get involved in making Bedfordshire an even safer place to live?  There are lots you can do from joining a local Neighbourhood Watch scheme to signing up as a volunteer for Bedfordshire police.  Here are some of the ways you can get involved:


 

Attend a Local Community Policing Team Meeting or Surgery

By attending a local Community Policing Team meeting you can find out what the police are doing in your area to tackle local priorities and crime.  You can raise any concern you have, suggest what can be done to improve a neighbourhood, find out what the police are doing locally and get advice on how to reduce the risk of crime to you and your property.  To find your local Community Policing Team enter your postcode in the Safer Neighbourhoods search facility on this page.

Become a Volunteer

Do you want to help out in your spare time, putting something really valuable back into your community? Nearly 11% of Bedfordshire police personnel is made up of volunteers, with the youngest being 16 and the oldest 82.  Volunteering opportunities include becoming a Special Police Constable or a volunteer member of staff.  View our recruitment area to find out more.  

 

Work for Bedfordshire Police

How would you feel if you could make a difference every day to the people of Bedfordshire?  Working for Bedfordshire Police provides a different challenge every day whether you are on the front line in a uniform or working behind the scenes.  View our recruitment area to find out more.  

 

Sign up to Community Messaging - Beds Alert

Beds Alert is a computerised messaging crime messaging system run by Bedfordshire Police, which offers local residents details about crime and events in their area. Sign up to Beds Alert here.

Report a Crime

If you have seen, or have information, about a crime please contact the police – your information could be vital.  Please call 101 or 999 in an emergency.