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News items from Devon & Cornwall Police


 

Would you like to become an empowered member of your community and help to reduce the impact of domestic violence?

Would you like to become an active bystander and feel confident in challenging poor behaviours, and bring about cultural change through the reinforcement of messages defining the boundaries of unacceptable behaviour?

Devon & Cornwall Police have been alerted by different sources, to a scam that is now in wider circulation that starts with a text and advises the user that they are eligible to apply for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Whilst in Coronavirus restrictions Devon & Cornwall Police rural affairs team would like to advise all to ensure that the appropriate security is present and remain vigilant for suspicious activity. Please help us in our drive to support our rural communities and prevent rural crime by being our eyes and ears.

The Devon and Cornwall police rural affairs team have produced a calendar which highlights rural issues throughout the year to focus problem solving activity for police, partners and public with key messages and prevention activity. January’s theme is Livestock - Rural road safety

The neighbourhood policing team in South Molton are holding regular meetings for members of the public to attend.

The Parish Council recently received information from Devon & Cornwall Police in South Molton regarding their plans for imporving communications with local parishes.

The Police and Crime Plan, which has been co-produced by the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall and the Chief Constable of Devon and Cornwall Police, sets out the strategic priorities for policing in Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for 2017-2020.