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Last updated: 04 January 10:31
Specials recruitment for 2018 has launched today!
Special Constables are part-time, voluntary Police Officers with all the same powers as fulltime regular Police Officers. They come from all walks of life and join us for a variety of reasons. Becoming a Special Constable really is one of the most exciting and rewarding voluntary opportunities available!
Specials are out on patrol in the community, attending crime scenes, monitoring traffic, and making arrests. Most importantly, the Special Constables act as a safe, reassuring presence for the people of Bedfordshire working together to fight crime and keep the people safe. Find out more.
Greyfriars Police Station, Bedford has now closed.
Your nearest enquiry office is the new Lime Street Community Hub, Lime Street, Bedford which opened on Monday 18 December.
Opening hours are Monday-Friday, 9-5
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is defined as any aggressive, intimidating or harmful activity that damages or destroys another person's quality of life.
This material has been supplied to give you guidance and assistance relating to a variety of anti-social behaviour issues.
A person is to be treated as a repeat victim if they perceive themselves to be so or who have been a victim of more than one recorded crime or ASB incident within 12 months.
If you are experiencing anti-social behaviour in your area, you can make a report online. In some cases you may need to contact your local council.
Advice for adults, youths, children and retailers ahead of the Halloween celebrations.