Drivers stopped in Operation Close Pass
12 motorists were stopped over the nature of their driving in relation to cyclists and 4 more for vehicle defects during Operation Close Pass this morning in Melksham
Four people arrested on suspicion of thefts of caravans in Salisbury
Four people are currently in custody on suspicion of the theft of caravans in Salisbury. Officers were called to the rugby club training fields at approximately 7.45am this morning (September 20) following a report that four caravans were on the site, believed to have broken in to the location.
Man found guilty of non recent indecent assault in Calne
A man has been found guilty of indecently assaulting a young girl in Calne more than 30 years ago. David Alan Anderson, 66, who now lives in Auckland, New Zealand, was found guilty yesterday following a trial at Swindon Crown Court.
Prolific and dangerous man Edward Booth jailed for 11 years
A Swindon man has been jailed for 11 years after he was found guilty of two counts of sexual assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Edward Booth, 27, of Corfe Road, Toothill, has been standing trial at Swindon Crown Court this week.
Safe and Found - Wiltshire Police launches the Herbert Protocol
Adults go missing for all sorts of reasons, but according to national charity Missing People; dementia is one of the most common, representing around one in ten adult missing incidents nationally.
Statement following media coverage relating to Christopher Halliwell
Despite several media reports over recent days, we would like to clarify the situation regarding our ongoing enquiries into Christopher Halliwell. To date, we have not uncovered any links between Halliwell and any other murders across the country.
Woman dies in collision on the A303 near Chicklade
We are appealing for witnesses after an elderly woman sadly died following a road traffic collision on the A303.
Wiltshire set to boost police officer numbers
A big drive to recruit more police officers in Wiltshire is set to launch later this month, as Wiltshire Police opens police officer recruitment for the first time in two years.
PCC submits plan for new police station in Warminster
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon, Angus Macpherson, is submitting an application this week (week commencing 19 August 2019) for change of use of the former Wiltshire College campus at the Avenue, Warminster to enable it to replace the town's existing police station.
Winning youth coders visit Police HQ
Two of the winning entries to our Digital Investigations and Intelligent Unit's (DIIU) coding competition attended Police Headquarters this week to accept their prize and have a tour. Myles Butterworth, aged 10 from Bradford on Avon and Toby Johnson, aged 11 from Salisbury both developed their own game based on the theme of staying safe online as part of our #CyberLife campaign that run throughout July.
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