Working together to make Central Bedfordshire a safer place to live.

HAVE YOUR SAY

We want to know what issues are important to you – whether you are new to the area or have been a resident for a long time. Your views will help to set SaferCentral's priorities for the next two years.

WELCOME

Safer Central brings together Central Bedfordshire Council, Bedfordshire Police, Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Services, Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Offender Management Services and other partner agencies to work together to make Central Bedfordshire a great place to live and work.

We aim to :

  • Reduce crime and disorder
  • To support and protect individuals from harm and abuse
  • To maintain public confidence by making residents feel safe and secure

FIND SOLUTIONS

Using the links below, you are able to Report Community Safety Issues or find our more information on Crime Prevention.

SAFER SOCIAL

3 hours ago

On Friday officers from Safer Communities Team will be holding a drop in session on Friday from 9am-2pm at Flitwick Market to promote their upcoming Community Action Day in Flitwick on 8 Oct. If you are in the area come ...

4 hours ago

It's great to be back in schools again doing what we do best...teaching students how to stay safe online. #4641

4 hours ago

and for parents and carers of children undiagnosed, or recently diagnosed, is providing an opportunity to hear about Autism Spectrum Conditions and hear from other parents and carers and access support to local services.

4 hours ago

Are members of your community or faith group still hesitant about getting the COVID-19 vaccine? New grants of up to £2000 are being awarded to groups to help groups to encourage vaccine uptake. Find out more 👉  

5 hours ago

Officers from our Safer Communities Team will be holding a drop in session on Friday from 9am-2pm at Flitwick Market to promote our upcoming Community Action Day on 8 Oct. If you are in the area come along and see us.

1 day ago

Thank you to all our speakers today at our Cuckooing and Exploitation Event for professionals. There has been lots of insightful information which we hope the attendees have found useful.

1 day ago

Next up was Julian from Path 2 Recovery, Central Bedfordshire's substance misuse service. Julian talked through what his service can offer and how to make referrals

1 day ago

Next up was Emma & Neill from talking about their Supported Pathway service that provides bespoke support for those aged 16-24 on the cusp of youth violence/gang activity

1 day ago

A very informative and emotive presentation from Nathan and Luke at . There is nothing like hearing about lived experience. Very well received by attendees. Thank you both for your time