Learn more about dual-carriageway and motorway closures
We police with pride every day of the year, but we'll be celebrating LGBT+ Pride month throughout July
Explaining what County Lines is, what the police are doing about it and how you can help.
Emergency Services Open Day 2018 will take place on Sunday 16 September
Domestic abuse is something we deal with every day
It's Volunteers Week and we are celebrating our 650 volunteers who help us keep our communities safe.
Police issue advice after Jacob tells his story.
Are you a victim of stalking or harassment? Do you need help and advice? If you do, please read this feature.
When it comes to protecting your home, don't forget to protect your sheds and outbuildings.
Over the next two weeks, we are talking to some of our PCSOs about why they joined and what they enjoy.
Rape and sexual assault can happen within a relationship
Domestic Abuse: Asking for help
A call handler gives her story of being stalked.
Stalking isn’t just something that happens to celebrities. It can happen to anyone, and can even happen within a relationship.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be shining a light on domestic abuse.
Road safety means different things to different people, but what is clear is that everyone wants to feel safe on and near our roads.
This week we are looking at burglary advice for landlords and tenants.
A professional gardener shares his tips
Simple steps to keep your home safe.
Raising awareness of sexual assaults in bars and clubs
We have relaunched an improved Safe Places service, to help people with communication difficulties to stay safe when they are out and about.
As he swaps the streets of St Paul’s for the grounds of Buckingham Palace, PC Ifor Williams reflects on 7 years spent serving the people on his...
Today we are sharing the work of Avon and Somerset Police's LGBT liaison team, made up of officers and staff who volunteer to be part of the team.
Secure your home and keep your jewellery safe
Today, we're celebrating 100k Twitter followers by saying thank you
New banking protocols and Op Signature will help protect those most vulnerable to fraud
Avon and Somerset Police launch scheme to protect elderly and vulnerable residents from bogus callers
Do you want to learn about Avon and Somerset Constabulary? Join our Citizens Academy!
Abuse doesn’t always come in the form of bruises - how to spot the signs of coercive or controlling behaviour in a relationship.
There are some simple crime prevention measures that can help deter thieves
DCI Leanne Pook has written an internal blog about FGM which we're releasing to the public to mark the start of a summer awareness campaign.
How the murder of a Bath teenager was solved 31 years on
Our new campaign aimed at promoting awareness of the different types of hate crime and encouraging victims to report it. #celebratenothate
The Major Crime Review Team is focussing on re-investigating 40 unsolved rape cases and around 30 murder inquiries dating back to the mid-1940s.
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Drugs factories – Bath PC Adge Secker explains why it’s not “only a bit of cannabis cultivation.”
Did you know that many calls we receive to 101 can be answered by information provided on our advice pages?
Demand on our Communications Centre is increasing, and one problem we face is inappropriate or hoax calls.
As cyber-crime soars, we arm you with advice on what to do if you fall foul of online trolls.
999 is a number that everyone knows, but do you know when you should call 101 instead?
Professionals from all over the country met in Bristol on Thursday, October 2.
Our new Rural Crime Team will be out and about in the force area as part of a day of action tackling rural crime.
We're supporting World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
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