News Articles & Blogs
We all need to be more aware of bullying
It used to be said that bullying was a rite of passage that children and young people had to go through, that it ‘toughened you up’ and taught you how to ‘stand up for yourself’.
Remembering veterans – and helping them cope with challenges
Today is an important day as we remember the many sacrifices made by generations of military veterans.
Older Drivers Forum helps motorists stay on roads safely
Last month Dorset roads policing officers and partner organisations held a series of meetings and workshops for older drivers to highlight potential issues, listen to concerns and give safety advice.
Martyn Underhill co-ordinates 18 PCC signatures to Government on assisted dying
Martyn Underhill is among 18 Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) to have signed an open letter calling for the Ministry of Justice to launch a “call for evidence” in relation to the law around assisted dying.
Dorset Police makes multiple arrests during crackdown on suspected ‘county lines’ dealers
Between Monday 7 and Friday 11 October 2019, 27 people were arrested as a result of coordinated law enforcement action to disrupt drug related activity across Dorset.
The more we talk, the more we break down prejudice
There has never felt like a more important time for a hate crime conference.
Helping the Force protect people at risk of harm
Protecting people at risk of harm has always been at the heart of policing.