As the Dorset Police Advent Calendar comes to an
end today, Chief Constable Debbie Simpson has wished Dorset’s
communities a happy and safe Christmas.
Miss Simpson said: “I would like to wish our
communities a happy, healthy and safe Christmas.
“I hope that you have found the Dorset Police
Advent Calendar useful.
“Please continue to follow our crime
prevention and personal safety advice to help ensure you enjoy a
crime free Christmas and New Year.”
The Dorset Police Advent Calendar has been
housed on the Force website and it has provided the public with a
different area of festive crime prevention and personal safety
advice each day from 1 to 24 December.
The public were also able to receive the
Advent Calendar updates by following Dorset Police on twitter
campaign has used the hashtag #DPadventcalendar.
As well as encouraging the public to continue
following the Force’s crime prevention and personal safety advice,
Miss Simpson also thanked those members of Dorset Police who are
working over the festive period.
Chief Constable Simpson continued: “I would
also like to thank my staff and officers who are working over the
holiday period to help keep Dorset safe, along with staff from our
emergency service partners.
“As always, you can contact Dorset Police 24
hours a day, seven days a week, over the festive season by phoning
the non-emergency number 101 for all non-urgent enquiries.
“In an emergency, when a crime is in progress
or life is in danger, please dial 999.”
The Dorset Police Advent Calendar content will
remain live on the Force website http://www.dorset.police.uk/
until Wednesday 2 January 2013.