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Low crime rate, but police still have much work to do

Low crime rate, but police still have much work to do

Devon and Cornwall continue to be one of the safest places to live, work, and visit in the country, with the second lowest total crime rate in England. The latest Office of National Statistics (ONS) crime figures for March 2021 to March 2022, which ranks all 42 forces...
Renewed advice as Covid cases begin to rise again

Renewed advice as Covid cases begin to rise again

Covid cases are on the rise, and we are again being urged to do all we can to protect ourselves and others from the virus.  Local data and a survey from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the number of positive cases is rising swiftly. Currently, some...
Bus fares are coming down across Cornwall from 10th April

Bus fares are coming down across Cornwall from 10th April

Residents will pay significantly less to travel by bus from next week under a Cornwall Council pilot scheme to encourage more people to travel by bus. The reduced bus fares pilot scheme is a first for a local authority and follows a successful bid by the council for...
Council offers practical advice as cost of living rises

Council offers practical advice as cost of living rises

As the cost of living increases nationally, Cornwall Council has pulled together information about a wide range of help and support available to residents. The ‘I’m worried about money’ webpage on the Council’s website includes information and links to support...
Do you have what it takes to be a special constable?

Do you have what it takes to be a special constable?

Devon and Cornwall Police are recruiting special constables until 11th March. On 15th February the force is holding a virtual awareness event, which is an opportunity to find out more about the role and hear from serving specials about what the role is like. If you...