News Articles & Blogs
Holocaust Memorial Day - a warning against the politics of hate
As we mark Holocaust Memorial Day, I would like to share with you a very personal story that I hope will serve as a warning against the politics of hate.
Dorset Police launches Bobby Van initiative to support vulnerable victims of burglary
Dorset Police, through the Safer Dorset Foundation charity, is launching a new scheme to support victims of burglary.
Plans to improve links between police and community given thumbs up
Plans setting out how Dorset’s Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPTs) will improve how they connect with their communities have all received ‘good’ ratings under a new system.
Helping the Force support victims, witnesses and reduce reoffending
Whatever we do in policing, we should never forget that all our decisions are about people.
Roadshow seeks public views on £1.25 for extra officers
A roadshow is being held throughout January to ask members of the public for their views on paying £1.25 a month to enable the Force to recruit new officers.
Why am I asking for £1.25 a month for extra police officers?
I'm sure by now you'll all have seen that I'm asking for £1.25 a month to help pay for extra police officers.
Don't let unlicensed waste removers ruin Christmas
With households expected to fill with Christmas packaging, don't let unlicensed waste removers spoil the festivities.