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  1. Inappropriate 999 calls

    Examples of when people have rung 999 when they really should not. Content
  2. Assessment Centre

  3. Crimestoppers

  4. Changes to pre-charge bail

    Changes to pre-charge bail, also known as police bail, came into force across England and Wales on 3 April 2017. Content
  5. Candidate Security and the General Election

    As with every election the police’s role is to prevent and detect crime and enable the democratic process to take place unhindered. We take that role very seriously because intimidation of candidates and their supporters has serious implications for individuals and democracy. We want every candidate to know we are here to help keep you and your supporters safe as this election takes place. Content
  6. Young People & Students

  7. Safety in the Night-Time Economy

    Safety in the Night-Time Economy Content
  8. Bestival

    Festival & Event Crime Prevention Advice. Festival and event organisers work with Dorset Police to prevent crime. Help us and yourselves by following this simple advice. Content
  9. Major & Terrorist Incidents

    Help protect the public from serious threats to their safety including major and terrorist incidents Content
  10. Rural Crime Team

    The Dorset Police Rural Crime Team consists of a dedicated rural crime co-ordinator, a rural engagement officer and a rural crime analyst. It also includes nominated officers who are points of contact for each of Dorset's five rural sections: Bridport, Dorchester and Sherborne, Purbeck, East Dorset and North Dorset. Content



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