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.
Wiltshire's war on knives - a letter to the community
This week we are pleased to be joining 44 other police forces from across the country as part of the national knife crime week of action and awareness campaign, Operation Sceptre.
Think, spot and speak out against Child Sexual Exploitation
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is a form of sexual abuse that involves the manipulation and/or coercion of young people under the age of 18 into sexual activity.
Salisbury - one year on
A year ago today, a call came into our control room which would lead to the biggest investigation to ever unfold in our county. That call was from colleagues at the ambulance service reporting that two people had fallen ill on a bench in Salisbury city centre....
Bravery, dedication and excellence recognised at Wiltshire Police Awards Ceremony
Over 100 people gathered to celebrate the bravery, dedication and hard work of police officers, staff and volunteers last night at the Wiltshire Police Awards Ceremony.
Wiltshire Police is a top disability employer
We're celebrating this week after winning a national award for our work to help people with Down's Syndrome to find employment and volunteering opportunities with us. It was awarded by the British Association for Supported Employment (BASE), which recognises outstanding practice in the field of supported employment in the UK.
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