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.
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.
On the Beat with new technology
Like all aspects of society, policing has developed hugely over the years and one of the biggest and most significant areas of change is in terms of technology.
Community Policing is more than just Wiltshire Police
This month the county-wide campaign 'On the Beat' gives us the chance to tell you a little bit more about how local policing works in Wiltshire. Acting Inspector for Swindon South Community Policing Team, David Tippetts tells us why Community Policing is more than just Wiltshire Police.
Community Policing - We're here to help
It is widely known that police forces across the UK are facing unprecedented challenges, trying to do more with ever fewer resources. As part of our On The Beat campaign we asked our Community Policing Teams what they would like to tell the public about policing in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire Police are supporting National Stalking Awareness Week
We are supporting the Suzy Lamplugh Trust's National Stalking Awareness Week from 8-12 April 2019.
#OnTheBeat with PC's Elliot and Turner
Rural patrols and community engagement with Hollie and George
Officers and Angling Trust visit keen anglers in Trowbridge Airsprung factory
Rural Crime Officer PC Emily Thomas and local Wiltshire West PCSO Matt Till were at the Airsprung factory in Trowbridge this morning with partners from the Angling Trust.
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