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  1. What happens when you report a crime?

    The most important thing you can do is to report a crime... When reporting a crime to Dorset Police you can be assured that you will be listened to, understood, informed and together with our partner organisations, protected and safe. Content
  2. Christmas

    Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Content
  3. Home, Property & Belongings

    Home, Property and Belongings. Crime prevention advice to protect your home, protect your property, secure your business, prevent vehicle crime and doorstep crime. Content
  4. Abuse, Exploitation & Neglect

    Abuse, exploitation and neglect. Information, support and advice about child abuse and neglect, child sexual exploitation (CSE), rape and sexual assault, domestic abuse, stalking and harassment, honour based abuse, forced marriage, female genital mutilation (FGM), hate crime, human trafficking and modern slavery. Overall advice about the issues which are included under the stands of PVP (protecting vulnerable people). Content
  5. Victims and Witnesses

    The Dorset Police Witness Care Unit (WCU) offers support and updates to victims and witnesses throughout the life of a criminal court case. Dorset Victims’ Bureau consists of a dedicated team actively working to keep victims informed about the progress of their crime investigation in accordance with Victims Code of Practice. Content
  6. Rural Crime

    Advice for farmers and those living in a rural areas. Information for horse owners and contact information for animal and wildlife agencies. Content
  7. Personal Safety

    Advice on Doorstep Crime, Cyber Safety, Sexting, Telephone Scams and Courier Fraud, Job Fraud, Road Safety, Young People & Students, Festivals and Event Crime Prevention Advice Content
  8. Marine

    Dorset Police Marine Policing Team has a responsibility for policing the Force's 89 miles of coastline stretching from Christchurch to Lyme Regis and out to the territorial limit of 12 miles. The Marine Policing Team consists of a dedicated Marine Policing team co-ordinator and a Marine engagement officer. The team also has single point of contact (SPOC's) and the coast. This includes the busy and popular Weymouth and Christchurch Harbours, the small fishing ports of West Bay, Lyme Regis and Swanage, and the world's second largest natural harbour at Poole, which itself has over 100 miles of coastline. Content
  9. Dorset Bobby Van

    The Dorset Bobby Van brings peace of mind and helps reduce the fear of crime to vulnerable, disabled and elderly victims of burglary. Content
  10. About Dorset Police

    About Dorset Police Content

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