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21st May, 2022 - 07:57: 07:57 A crew from Warminster were mobilised to alarms sounding at a Do...Read more

20th May, 2022 - 8.50am: Bincombe - One crew from Weymouth attended the scene of a single vehic...Read more

19th May, 2022 - 11:45: At 11:45 this morning Control received a call from Ambulance requestin...Read more

19th May, 2022 - 10:29: At 10:29 Control received a call advising that a mole plough had gone ...Read more

19th May, 2022 - 09:04: At 09:04 Control received reports of a road traffic collision involvin...Read more

15th May, 2022 - 00:37: At 00:37 this morning we received several calls to a house fire in All...Read more

15th May, 2022 - 04:01: Just after 4am this morning we received several calls to a hotel fire ...Read more

14th May, 2022 - 20:22: At 20:22 this evening Control received a call regarding a barn alight,...Read more

14th May, 2022 - 18:47: 18:47 this evening the first call was received from a passing motorist...Read more


For the latest official advice around Coronavirus, including travel information, guidance on social distancing, and what to do if you think you have symptoms, visit the official Government website.

We are working with our partners within the Local Resilience Forums for Wiltshire & Swindon and Dorset to monitor and manage the impact of coronavirus on our staff and communities, in line with Government guidance.

If you need our support or advice, please call us during office hours on 0800 038 2323. More information on how we will continue to support you can be found on our Safe & Well page. Further information about keeping your business safe during this time can be found here. We also have some specific guidance on staying fire safe while working from home.

There have been suggestions that hand sanitiser can catch fire if left in a hot car – this is not true. Click here for a statement from the National Fire Chiefs Council.

Watch out for scams

Scams over the phone are nothing new, but, in the current climate, they are being adapted. Criminals are exploiting the need to keep ourselves safe and take protective measures during the pandemic so are reinventing their scams to use COVID-19 as a hook.

Any unsolicited phones calls should be treated with extreme caution, and if they’re asking for payment details it’s highly likely to be a scam.

If you think you may have fallen foul of a scam, contact your bank immediately, change any passwords you may have divulged, and report the incident to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or online at www.actionfraud.police.uk

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