Competition to encourage young people to make the internet a safer place
We are proud to be supporting Safer Internet Day 2020 today. The theme for the day is 'Free to be' and looks at how we identify ourselves online.
Rainbow flag raised to celebrate LGBTQ+ communities
We're proudly flying the rainbow flag in celebration and recognition of LGBTQ+ people and culture
Witness appeal to series of smashed windows
Windows of a number of properties have been damaged in a series of what appears to be random attacks in the south west of the county.
Two arrests in first 24 hours of 'arrest car' initiative in Swindon
Two domestic abuse suspects wanted in Swindon have been arrested in the first 24 hours of a new 'arrest car' pilot in the town.
Calne Leisure Centre and Pewsey The Vale Community Campus open their doors to Wiltshire Police
Wiltshire Police officers and staff will be using Calne Leisure Centre and Pewsey The Vale Community Campus as local touchdown points whilst patrolling the local areas.
Can you help us find missing Paul Francome?
We need your help to find a missing man from Swindon.
Dedication and hard work celebrated with long service awards
The long service awards, which mark 20 years in policing, were presented by Lord Lieutenant Mrs Sarah Troughton at our Wiltshire Police award ceremony. Read the career stories of some of the Long Service Award recipients...
Officers recognised for his bravery when responding to a man on a bridge
Police Constable Will Saunders has been presented with a Chief Constable's Commendation for saving a man on a bridge in crisis.
Officer receives Chief Constables Commendation for saving man in crisis
PC Lyndsey Smith was awarded a Chief Constable's Commendation at our awards ceremony last week.
Weapons, drugs and cash seized following stop and search in Wroughton
Two males aged 17-years-old and 18-years-old were arrested in Wroughton last Tuesday (17/12) on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class B drugs and possession of an offensive weapon.
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