UPDATE: Man bailed following Swindon hit and run
We're continuing to appeal for information following the fail to stop collision in Swindon on Friday afternoon.
Man arrested following hit and run in Swindon
We've arrested a man after a hit and run in the Rodbourne Road area of Swindon yesterday afternoon.
Uninsured drivers targeted across the county
Operation Tutelage is a joint initiative between the Police and the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) and is aimed at reducing the number of uninsured vehicles on our roads. Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) is used to identify uninsured vehicles and owners are sent a letter advising them to remedy the situation before further action is taken.
New touchdown points launch in community libraries
From today, Wiltshire Police officers and staff will start using Malmesbury, Wilton, Downton and Westbury libraries as touchdown points whilst out patrolling their local communities.
Witness appeal - Assault in Swindon
We're appealing for witnesses after an incident on the junction of Corporation Street and Manchester Road in Swindon.
Identification sought - theft from Asda, Orbital Shopping Park
We're appealing for the public's help in identifying a man we'd like to speak to in connection with a theft in Asda, Orbital Shopping Park.
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.
Valentine's Day - not always a bed of roses
On the day that lovers and couples declare their undying love for each other we are reminding those who may not be in a healthy relationship that help is at hand.
New touchdown points to make officers more accessible
As part of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon's 2017-2021 Estate Strategy, officers and staff will start using several libraries across the county as touchdown points from 2 March 2020.
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.
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