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  • Enjoy yourself this Halloween, but please respect others

    23 October 2017
    Dorset Police is issuing advice to those celebrating Halloween to make it is a happy and safe time for everyone.   If you are going trick or treating this Halloween we want you to have fun and be safe, but remember, not everyone wants you to call at thei...
  • RU2Drunk Pilot: Results

    18 January 2017
    The initiative ran from Friday 16 September to Friday 16 December 2016. Members of the public were asked to give their feedback about the scheme via an online survey. Dorset Police worked closely with senior lecturers at the University of Exeter, who dev...
  • Have a happy Halloween - but please be safe and respect others

    27 October 2016
    Dorset Police and Dorset &Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service are reminding the public to enjoy the festivities safely and to respect those who choose not to participate. Anti-social behaviour over the Halloween period has been declining since 2014 in ...
  • Anti-social behaviour on Portland – witness appeal

    13 October 2016
    Officers investigating an incident of anti-social behaviour on Portland are appealing for witnesses to come forward. At around 3.45pm on Monday 3 October 2016 a teenage girl was seen to behave anti-socially toward other young people by a bus stop at the ...
  • Official launch of the #RU2Drunk breathalyser scheme in Weymouth

    07 September 2016
    Suspected drunks trying to get into pubs and clubs in Weymouth could be breathalysed and refused entry from Friday 16 September, as part of a new scheme to cut alcohol-related crime. #RU2Drunk is a scheme designed to stop excessive “pre-drinking,&r...
  • Dorset Police and partners ask ‘Do you know where your children are?’

    09 August 2016
    Neighbourhood policing teams (NPTs) in Weymouth and Dorchester will be working with partners from Weymouth & Portland and West Dorset District Councils, along with business owners and residents, to reduce anti-social behaviour (ASB) at hotspot locatio...
  • Dorset Police and partners ask ‘Do you know where your children are?’

    09 August 2016
    Neighbourhood policing teams (NPTs) in Weymouth and Dorchester will be working with partners from Weymouth & Portland and West Dorset District Councils, along with business owners and residents, to reduce anti-social behaviour (ASB) at hotspot locatio...
  • Police crackdown on anti-social behaviour in Weymouth

    15 June 2016
    Police are targeting people found drinking on the streets of Weymouth who are behaving anti-socially as part of a three-day operation. Local officers will step up patrols between Wednesday 15 June and Friday 17 June 2016, seeking to identify anyone deeme...
  • DORSET POLICE SIGN INFORMATION SHARING AGREEMENT

    27 May 2016
    On Friday 20 May, Dorset Police signed a data sharing agreement with Boscombe Business Watch to deter crime and anti-social behaviour in Boscombe town centre. As part of the Boscombe regeneration project, Dorset Police continually seek to identify opport...
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