Digital Investigations & Intelligence Unit Coding Competition
We are proud to invite you to enter our competition to design a computer game based on the theme of 'Staying Safe Online.' Participants will come up with their own team name and logo, and will present their game to the judges via a 2 minutes video.
Team behind the Swindon Community Policing Shop recognised
The team behind the Community Policing Shop in Swindon were recognized at our Wiltshire Police Awards Ceremony on Tuesday.
Officer recognised for saving woman from freezing canal
One of our amazing officers PC Chris Miller was awarded a Chief Constable's Commendation at our Wiltshire Police Awards Ceremony on Tuesday.
Outstanding bravery and dedication celebrated at Wiltshire Police Awards Ceremony
Over 100 guests celebrated the bravery, dedication and hard work of police officers, staff, volunteers and members of the public at the Wiltshire Police Awards Ceremony which took place last night.
Police given specialist training to help tackle heritage crime
Wiltshire Police officers joined over 50 other delegates at a Heritage and Cultural Property Crime Workshop for law enforcement and heritage professionals at National Trust's Avebury Manor today.
Why we are thankful for volunteers
Michelle Francis, Citizens in Policing Manager provides her insight into the volunteering world here at Wiltshire Police.
Could you be a special constable?
If you're looking for a new challenge where you can gain skills and experience in a unique volunteer role this could be for you.
We must keep talking about mental health
We are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week and have pledged to keep promoting a better understanding of mental health problems, while offering support and wellbeing advice to staff and officers.
Get involved with policing - join an IAG
A year ago we set up six Independent Advisory Groups (IAGs) - one from each of our Community Policing Teams - who come together to provide independent advice to the police.
Working together to prevent crime
This week, as part of our month-long On The Beat campaign, we will be looking at how the public can help play a key role in policing, including what you can do to support us and reduce your risk of being a victim of crime.
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