Here you will find information on tackling and reporting crime and anti-social behavior in St Albans District; help for people affected by abuse, hate crime and domestic violence; information about safeguarding for children and adults, details of how we approach emergency planning, and various help and advice including on flooding, debt, work problems and bereavement support.
Emergency support news
Residents, community groups and businesses are asked for their views on how crime prevention in the St Albans District can be improved.
A plan to tackle persistent anti-social behaviour in part of St Albans City Centre has been opened for public consultation.
The contract to provide closed-circuit television systems (CCTV) for public places in St Albans District, has been extended for two years.