Coronavirus (Covid-19): We're asking you please to only call 999 if it is an emergency and 101 if it is urgent. If you can, use our online services. If you’re looking for information about the government instruction to stay at home and how that may affect you, you'll find guidance on Gov.uk. We’ll be updating information on our services over the coming days, please check online for those updates.
Warwickshire Police would like to thank the public for their ongoing support and commitment in continuing to follow Government guidance around staying at home and maintaining social distancing to prevent the spread of CoVID-19.
Warwickshire Police is asking drivers to take extra care on the roads and to do their bit during the COVID-19 pandemic to reduce pressure on the NHS by slowing down and driving safely to avoid a collision.
Please note that due to COVID-19 this programme has been rescheduled. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Warwickshire Police is to feature on the BBC Crimewatch roadshow programme that goes out nationally on BBC1 at 10am on Monday 23 March 2020 and will be available on catch up afterwards.
A frequent indicator of child exploitation is a child going missing and then being trafficked to be exploited. Children and young people go missing for a variety of reasons. There may have been a misunderstanding about what time they were due to be back or they may have been the victim of a crime.
To raise awareness of child exploitation and the warning signs, the multi-agency team in Warwickshire are focusing on a week of activity across social media, aiming to share advice on how to identify warning signs and ways in which people can report concerns.
Force Chief Constable Martin Jelley has praised the immense efforts of the county’s health colleagues and the local volunteers who are stepping forward to help support the most vulnerable and those affected by CoVID-19.