News Articles & Blogs
Residents unsure who to contact to deal with anti social behaviour
Dorset residents may sometimes contact the wrong agencies to deal with anti social behaviour, a survey into the issue has found.
Paper girl’s action saves the life of an elderly man
A ‘paper girl’ from Christchurch has been given a special recognition award by Dorset Police for making a life-saving call after noticing something out of the ordinary when delivering the paper to an elderly man’s home.
One Road, One Week
This week I would like to join Dorset Police in encouraging road users to take extra care as part of the national One Road, One Week campaign.
Statement on the withdrawal of independent PCC candidate Dan Hardy
I am sad to note that the independent candidate Dan Hardy has withdrawn from the delayed Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner elections taking place next May.
Respect the rule of six to protect yourself and others
Dorset residents are being urged to play their part and prevent the spread of coronavirus after new regulations have come into effect making it illegal for groups of more than six people to gather socially.
There has never been a more important time to talk about suicide
The statistics around suicide are chilling, and the picture is only getting worse.
Response to Police Covenant announcement
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill has welcomed the announcement that a Police Covenant is to be enshrined in law.