Get involved in making your county safer
To celebrate National Volunteers Week Hertfordshire citizens are being asked to get involved in making their county safer.

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire administers four main volunteer schemes and during this week we celebrate the many dedicated volunteers that make these schemes work.
The commitment and contribution our volunteers give to these schemes is never taken for granted and is vital to their success and we take this opportunity in particular to highlight the schemes and what the volunteers do.

   Two members of the Independent Custody Visitors inspect one of the Hertfordshire Police police custody suites 

We have a highly dedicated team of volunteers, many of whom have been with us for a number of years and are split between the following schemes:
Please follow the links for more information about these schemes and details about the work our dedicated volunteers do.

Commissioner Mr David Lloyd said: "Keeping Hertfordshire safe is something we all have a stake in and to which we can all make a contribution. More than 40 per cent of the county’s residents regularly lend their time to support others.

"I want to build on this excellent record of civic participation and explore how we can draw on the skills, energy and commitment of the public – whether that be individuals, organisations or local businesses - to make things better."

   Volunteer Philip Jerred receives the PCC Team of the Year Award on behalf of the Dog Welfare Visitors

If you or anyone you know might be interested in becoming an independent Custody Visitor we are looking to increase the number of volunteers in this role. An application form can be found at the following link How to Apply or contact us for more information.
Volunteering Administrator
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire
15 Vaughan Road