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.
Domestic Violence Disclosure Coordinator Catherine Taylor has answered some of the most frequently asked questions about Clare's Law and how the process works. If you have concerns about your partner who you think may be abusive, or may have an abusive past, you can make an application to your local police force for more information.
World War One pistol donated by police to The Tank Museum
A WW1 Luger pistol handed into Wiltshire Police during a firearm surrender has been donated to The Tank Museum in Bovington.
Deputy Chief Constable Paul Mills and Superintendent Dave Minty recognised in New Year Honours list
Two Wiltshire police officers have been awarded a Queen's Police Medal (QPM) in the New Year Honours list. Deputy Chief Constable Paul Mills and Superintendent Dave Minty were nominated for their roles in the response to the nerve agent attacks in Salisbury and Amesbury last year (2018).
Wiltshire Police calls on hotels and B&Bs to help them protect children
Hotel and B&B managers from across Wiltshire are being encouraged to help the police in stopping criminals exploiting children.
A policing model fit for the future
During the last few months we've been making some changes to how we police our communities across the county.
Witness appeal following racial abuse incident
We're appealing for witnesses after an incident in Ludgershall.
Are you funding modern slavery?
Are you funding modern slavery? That's the question you're being asked by Wiltshire Police as lockdown restrictions continue to be lifted.
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