We are continuing to work with partners in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

All local partnership agencies have been working together throughout the pandemic to manage our resources effectively so we are prepared for any potential spike in demand or reduced staffing levels.

Chief Constable Kier Pritchard chairs the Local Resilience Forum in the county which sees the coordination of key stakeholders from the emergency services, local authorities, health, the Environment Agency, Highways England and many more.

He said: "The priorities for all partners in Wiltshire and Swindon is to keep our communities safe, well informed and protect our staff.

"I would urge the public to continue following the advice from Public Health England and the Government around good hygiene, access to health services, social distancing and self-isolation.

"We have resilient and close-knit communities here in Wiltshire and Swindon and I know you will all pull together to help each other and offer support to those most vulnerable in our neighbourhoods."

The Chief Constable will be issuing regular public video messages to update our communities on the latest situation in Wiltshire. To watch these, follow @wiltshirepolice on Twitter and Facebook.

His latest video message is below.

Local Outbreak Management Plans

Covid-Secure public statement

Information about the easing of lockdown

Scams and frauds
Further guidance

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