Welcome to One Night In Custody
This Saturday (24.02.18) at 10pm join us live on Twitter as we'll be running a live tweetathon from our custody suite in Melksham to give you a rare glimpse of life behind bars. #OneNightInCustody
That 24 hour clock is always ticking away...
Custody is one side of policing the public don't very often get to see. Unless, of course, you've had a run in with the law. Meet Custody Sergeant Martin Alvis...
Concealing drugs to escape justice is simply not an option
For some people who come into custody, their stay may be a lot longer than others. Meet PC Joe Shanklin from the Dedicated Crime Team...
We are faced with homophobic and racist abuse on a daily basis
It may be hard to believe, but police officers and staff who work in custody in Wiltshire say they are either on the receiving end, or they witness colleagues receiving abuse, every day they come to work...
Dealing with the worst behaviour from those at the lowest point of their lives
With just over 20 years of service for Wiltshire Police under his belt, Custody Inspector Matt Armstrong has a huge amount of experience of all areas of the Force.
The Job of a Duty Inspector
Duty Inspector Martin Schorah is currently at Melksham Custody carrying out reviews of all detainees. Read more...
There's no average day as a Detention Officer
Mike Griffiths, one of our Detention Officer's, has worked in custody for Wiltshire Police for five years. Read more...
PCC Angus Macpherson's thoughts on Custody
Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson's thoughts on Custody and the challenges faced by our staff.
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