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The Home Office - Government Department


The Home Office - internal affairs in England and Wales


About The Home Office

The Purpose of the Home Office
Working together to protect the public. They put public protection very clearly at the heart of their work to counter terrorism, cut crime, provide effective policing, secure our borders and protect personal identity.

Home Office Strategy
They want people to feel safe, and confident in their homes and neighbourhoods, so they can live freely, contribute to society and prosper in their daily lives. The Home Office strategy sets out their direction for the next three years for the full range of their work.

Departmental objectives
The Home Office work with their partners and the public at local, national and international level to:

  • help people feel secure in their homes and communities
  • cut crime, especially violent, drug and alcohol related crime
  • lead visible, responsive and accountable policing
  • protect the public from terrorism
  • secure our borders and control migration for the benefit of our country
  • safeguard people's identity and the privileges of citizenship
  • support the efficient and effective delivery of justice

Home Office Values
The values they developed in consultation with their staff and stakeholders, underpin how they will achieve their objectives, and guide their everyday behaviour:

  • they deliver for the public
  • they are professional and innovative
  • they work openly and collaboratively
  • they treat everyone with respect


Home Office,
Direct Communications Unit,
2 Marsham Street,

Telephone: 020 7035 4848
(09:00-17:00 Mon-Fri)

Fax: 020 7035 4745

Minicom: 020 7035 4742 (09:00-17:00 Mon-Fri). Please note that this service is for members of the public with impaired hearing.