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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
The Casualty Reduction Partnership brings together key agencies with responsibility for safety on our roads.
Read information and the consequences of road traffic collisions and speeding.
It can be tempting to drive home after 'just one' drink, but the reality is that any amount of alcohol can affect your judgement or ability to drive safely.
Drug driving ruins lives. The penalties are the same as those for drink driving and a change in the law has made it easier to prosecute those exceeding set limits.
Speeding remains one of the most common causes of injuries and deaths on our roads.
Using a mobile phone, sat nav or any similar device whilst driving means that the driver's attention is distracted from the road.
Drivers and horse riders both have a right to use the road and share a responsibility to consider each other's safety.
Road Victims Trust seeks to fill the gap by providing support for the bereaved, and people otherwise affected by death, or life changing injuries, who are resident in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.
Improve your journey by keeping track of traffic and travel information.