On Thursday 7 May, 2020 Chief Constable James Vaughan issued a message showing some of his favourite post from the Dorset Police social media channels over the past few weeks. He thanks everyone in Dorset for their continued compliance and reminds people to stay home this bank holiday weekend in order to save lives and protect the NHS.
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On Friday 1 May, 2020 Dorset Police’s Chief Constable issued a message of reassurance to communities that the Force remains open for business during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) emergency.
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On Friday 24 April, 2020 Chief Constable James Vaughan issued a message to reassure the public that Dorset Police is still open for business and investigating crimes during these extraordinary times.
On Friday 17 April 2020, Dorset Police’s Deputy Chief Constable David Lewis has issued a message to Dorset communities following the extension of the lockdown restrictions. In it he thanks the public for their support and reiterates why it is so important for everyone to stay at home.
On Tuesday 8 April, 2020 Chief Constable James Vaughan released the below message reminding people to stay home this Easter in order to protect the NHS and save lives.
On Friday 3 April, Chief Constable James Vaughan released the below message to our communities in which he gives:
- A tribute to Police Sergeant Ian Woodward who sadly died this week at home
- A big thanks to our communities for following the advice and helping to prevent the spread of the virus, protect the NHS and save lives
- Further advice about travel and second homes
On Thursday 26 March, Chief Constable James Vaughan released the below message explaining how officers will use the new police powers handed down from Government.
On Tuesday 24 March, Chief Constable James Vaughan released the below message explaining the importance of following Government guidelines.