Keeping Bedfordshire safe
Welcome to Bedfordshire. A great place to study, live and work. We hope you enjoy your time in the county. Remember, we are here to help if you need us.
How to report crime
If something happens, or you have concerns and you want to make a report, there are many ways you can do this.
- Use our online reporting tool.
- Chat with our control room.
- Call 101 to report non-urgent crime.
- In an emergency, always call 999.
Rape & Sexual Offences
Rape and sexual assault are serious crimes and reporting them is a big decision to make, but your welfare is our priority.
We are here to help if something has happened to you, or if anyone you know has been a victim.
What has happened is not your fault and there are lots of people, including our specially trained officers, who can help and support you.
Keep your property & belongings safe
We want you to have a safe and happy time here in Bedfordshire
Check out our advice on preventing burglary and deterring opportunist thieves.
Always report suspicious behaviour on campus or near your accommodation.
Are you in a relationship where you feel you don’t have a choice, or a voice?
Whether female or male, you don’t have to suffer in silence.
Come forward, report any incident, you will be taken seriously, we are here to help.
Drugs can have a devastating impact on people’s lives. Not only do they have harmful side effects, which can be fatal, they are also illegal.
We are committed to ensuring the public’s safety as well as tackling drugs and take offences regarding possession and supply very seriously.