Four teenagers have been arrested following an alleged stabbing incident in Royston yesterday evening, which saw a 14-year-old boy taken to hospital.
The number of knife offences recorded in Hertfordshire have more than doubled in the last four years and, in a 12-month period through to September 2018, almost one third were committed by children - the highest percentage in the country.
A record number of knives have been surrendered in Herts during a week-long amnesty.
Herts police's superintendent Julie Wheatley has been recognised by North Herts District Council for her exceptional contribution to the community.
Police have launched a public appeal after a man was harassed and intimidated on two occassions in Royston.
The 'significant threat' posed by serious crime has prompted Hertfordshire's police and crime commissioner to consider increasing council tax.
The vicar of St John the Baptist Church in Royston has thanked the community for its "outpouring of concern" following a fire at the site on Sunday, which left many shocked and devastated.
Black and minority ethnic people in Hertfordshire are four times as likely to be the subject of a police stop and search, figures have shown.
A Royston father and his son have been jailed after conning elderly victims into handing over a total of £250,000 for extensive building works their homes didn't need.
The pub in Odsey was broken into at the weekend.
As today marks two months since William Taylor's disappearance, police are re-appealing for the public's help to trace the Gosmore man.
A family from Royston who took part in this year's Stevenage Race for Life were "devastated" when they returned to their car to find it had been broken into.
Child abuse charity the NSPCC is dealing with more reports of child neglect in Hertfordshire than ever before in its history.
Police inundated with inappropriate emergency calls last weekend have urged football fans to only dial 999 in a genuine crisis.
Thefts from vehicles in Hertfordshire have increased by 10 per cent on average compared with the same three-month period last year, police have announced today.
With hate crime on the rise in Hertfordshire, young people have launched a video to raise awareness of the issue and encourage victims to speak out.
Another tool-marking event aimed at preventing tool thefts in Royston and the surrounding villages is to take place this week.