Brave local heroes recognised at police awards
Two courageous members of the public, Steven McDonald and Richard Fox, have been presented with a Chief Constable's Certificate of Recognition for Members of the Public.
Amesbury officer recognised for Excellence in Partnership Working
Police Constable Lucy Wileman was presented with a Excellence in Partnership Working Award at our Wiltshire Police Ceremony on Tuesday.
Wanted this Winter
Wanted this Winter launches to urge public to help us locate our most wanted suspects
Military personnel learn how to Survive the Drive
Yesterday, during #RoadSafetyWeek, presenters from Wiltshire Police and Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue talked at a Survive the Drive show for military personnel at Tidworth Garrison Theatre, Wiltshire.
John and Sarah are most likely to overshare online
London, 2nd October: 'John' and 'Sarah' are the names of people most likely to overshare online. A poll of 2,056 UK adults - commissioned for Get Safe Online Week - reveals the top male and female names most likely to give too much away on social media:
The easy way to stop your online accounts getting hacked
A strong password is a good start, but it doesn't stop there... Whether it's your Twitter, Amazon, or Netflix account, the explosion in popularity of online apps and services means more and more of us have to remember an increasingly long list of passwords.
Operation Sceptre: Knife Amnesty
From Monday 16 September to Sunday 29 September we are are joining forces across the country in the national knife crime awareness campaign, Operation Sceptre. During the two weeks we will be asking members of the public to bin the blades by dropping unwanted and illegal knives and bladed weapons into our amnesty bins across the county so we can dispose of them safely.
If you see a Police Dog out in the community
Wiltshire Dogs Trainer Ian Partington and trainee Police Dog Champ have some advice about how to act around a police dog if you see one working out in the community.
Ever-changing face of cybercrime...
Cybercrime continues to rise in scale and complexity, affecting essential services, businesses and private individuals alike. Each year cybercrime costs the UK billions of pounds and causes untold damage. For Digital investigations and Intelligence Unit & Complex Fraud Unit lead Detective Gemma Vinton, the ever-changing face of cybercrime is a challenge that she along with her team are tackling on a daily basis.
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