Hertsmere Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is made up of local organisations, known as statutory responsible authorities who work together to make Hertsmere an even safer place to live, work and visit. 

CSPs were set up under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 giving the responsible authorities a statutory duty to work together to implement strategies to reduce crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour, offending and drug and alcohol misuse.

Hertsmere CSP statutory responsible authorities are:


We also work closely with a number of non-statutory organisations including: 


You can learn more about our current priorities and the work we have recently done in our Partnerships Plan. (PDF 1mb)

Read our useful contacts leaflet (PDF 419kb) for the correct number to ring if you have an issue.

View our latest Hertsmere Community Safety Partnership Newsletter.

Feelings of Safety Survey 

The Hertsmere Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is asking residents and visitors to engage in the 'Feelings of Safety', which will be used by the CSP to identify areas of concern and help shape local safety improvements. 

You can give feedback about your local area via the following links: