Home activities for mini police officers in training
We are sharing some of our police related fun activities for kids to do while schools are shut. #StayHomeSaveLives
Online scammers capitalise on Coronavirus pandemic
Cyber criminals are taking advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic via phishing emails, websites and text messages to scam members of the public out of large sums of money and sensitive information during these uncertain times across the nation.
Protect your online security throughout the coronavirus pandemic
We have already seen an increase in cyber attacks emerging at a national level against a variety of targets since the beginning of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the UK.
Police ask drivers to ditch their mobile phones and focus on the road
This March, we are supporting the National Police Chiefs' Council's campaign to tackle drivers who use their mobile phones whilst driving.
Strong focus on diversity as police officer recruitment opens
Wiltshire Police is launching a new recruitment drive today (Monday 9 March) with a strong diversity focus aimed at increasing the numbers of police officers who are female or from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background.
Reduce the threat of cyber-attack: A letter to all organisations in Wiltshire
We are writing to you as part of our Wiltshire Police #CyberLife campaign, which has been running throughout July. Along with members of the public business can be impacted by cybercrime and over the next few days we are reaching out to local businesses to give you tips and advice to better protect yourself .
Looking for love online?
On what's intended to be the most romantic day of the year, we want to warn those who may be looking for love online, to always exercise a little caution.
Social media competition
We are proud to invite you to enter our competition to design a social media campaign to promote staying safe online.
Men can be victims of domestic abuse too - support is available
"It's hard to recognise abuse when you're in a relationship, no matter who you are, and it's easier to deny it. But when you do recognise it and accept it for what it is - there is support out there." For Sean (*name has been changed to protect the person's identity), who now works in Swindon in a role which involves helping to prevent domestic abuse, it took years for him to realise he was in a psychologically and emotionally abusive marriage.
Officers recognised for his bravery when responding to a man on a bridge
Police Constable Will Saunders has been presented with a Chief Constable's Commendation for saving a man on a bridge in crisis.
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