Keeping Salisbury safe for Armed Forces Day
Wiltshire Police are offering a warm welcome to the thousands of visitors heading to Salisbury this weekend for National Armed Forces Day.
The achievements of police cadets recognised at awards
The contribution Wiltshire Police Volunteer Cadets make to policing and their local community was celebrated on the evening of Tuesday 2 July at the annual awards ceremony.
Can you help? - Robbery near Salisbury Train Station
We're asking for information following a robbery which occurred yesterday, Monday 22 July, at approximately 9pm in Dews Road, Salisbury.
Annual review: Force Management Statement 2019
Wiltshire Police has, for the first time, launched its Force Management Statement which sets out the challenges and demands facing the police in Wiltshire and their capacity and capability to meet these.
Woman arrested in Ludgershall on suspicion of supplying class A drugs
A woman was arrested in Ludgershall last week after officers received intelligence that a vehicle was being used to transport drugs. At approximately 10.45pm on August 22, officers stopped a vehicle on the A342 Andover Road, Ludgershall, near the Hampshire border.
Warning to residents in Tidworth following suspicious activity
Police in Tidworth are urging residents to be vigilant following a suspicious incident in Churchill Close. At approximately 2.15am on August 31, a man was seen acting suspiciously at a house in the street.
Public urged to report suspicious activity following spate of lead thefts at churches across the county
Following a spate of lead thefts from church roofs across Wiltshire, we would like to urge members of the public to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to us immediately. In recent weeks, churches of all sizes across the county have been targeted including Malmesbury Abbey and Salisbury Cathedral.
Wiltshire knife amnesty and crime prevention operation
We're launching our knives amnesty and knife crime prevention fortnight, starting today (Monday 16 September).
Suspicious incident in Amesbury - appeal for information
We are investigating a report of a suspicious incident which occurred in Holders Road, Amesbury, last night. At approximately 9pm on Monday 16 September, a 14-year-old boy was in the area when a man who had been driving a white van is reported to have grabbed him round the waist.
Officers conclude investigation into Amesbury report of suspicious incident
Officers investigating a report of a suspicious incident in Holders Road, Amesbury, have now completed their investigation and are satisfied that the incident did not take place. Rigorous lines of enquiry have been carried out since we initially received the report that a man driving a white van had grabbed a 14-year-old boy and attempted to get him inside his vehicle on Monday evening.
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