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    • Concern for man - Bude
      At approximately 6:20pm on Wednesday 28 October Devon and Cornwall Police were called to Summerleaze Beach in Bude after a report of a man being seen to enter the water fully clothed. Police co-ordinated a detailed search involving the fire and rescue service, the Coastguard and the RNLI but have yet to locate and identify […]
    • Missing man, Plymouth
      Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 49-year-old man from Plymouth. Simon Davis was last seen at Derriford Hospital at 7am this morning [28 October]. Simon may be travelling in a black, Mini saloon with the registration LN54 OUX. He is described as a white male, around 5ft 9ins tall and has […]
    • Devon & Cornwall one of the safest places in the country as new figures show second lowest reported crime rate
      The data shows crime has reduced by 9.5 per cent in the Force area during the 12-month period to the end of June 2020. In comparison, England and Wales has seen a decrease of 4.9 per cent. Assistant Chief Constable Jim Nye has welcomed the news and praises staff and officers for their commitment to […]
    • Affray, Exeter
      Police are appealing for information following reports of a large-scale disorder in Cowick Street on Friday 23 October. It was reported that an altercation had taken place involving 10 to 15 people near the Tesco store between 9.30pm and 10.10pm. A 29-year-old man from Dawlish was arrested on suspicion of affray. He was taken into […]
    • Appeal to find missing Plymouth woman
      Police are appealing for the public’s help to locate a 28-year-old woman who has been reported missing from her Plymouth home. Officers are concerned for the welfare of Victoria Germon-Harry [pictured] who was last seen in the early hours of today, 28 October. Police are carrying out searches in the Plymouth area with the assistance […]
    • FOUND: Missing Person - Babbacombe Beach
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    • UPDATED: Serious incident, Barnstaple
      Police were called to Bear Street, Barnstaple, at around 4.20pm on Monday 26 October following reports of a disorder involving three people. Two men, both aged in their 30s, sustained stab wounds and were taken to hospital with serious injuries. They both remain in hospital in a stable condition. A 40-year-old man arrested on suspicion […]
    • Police officer charged with misconduct in public office
      Devon & Cornwall Police Constable Christopher Wilson, aged 43, will appear at Exeter Magistrates' Court on Wednesday 28 October. PC Wilson is charged with misconduct in public office. This relates to an incident at Launceston, Cornwall, in December 2018. PC Wilson is currently suspended from duty.      
    • UPDATE: Murder investigation, Hayle - man charged
      A 74-year-old man has been charged with murder following the death of a woman in Hayle on Monday, 26 October. Thomas Whitehorn, from Hayle, is charged in connection with the death of 53-year-old Rhonda Humphreys. Police and ambulance were called to an address in Foundry Square around 2am and located Mrs Humphreys with multiple injuries. […]
    • Cyclist seriously injured in Truro
      At approximately 7.55pm on Sunday 25 October police were notified of a road traffic collision between a car and pedal cycle on the A390, Highertown, Truro. The scene was attended by police officers from Truro and the Alliance Roads Policing Team, alongsideaAmbulance crews. The pedal cyclist has sustained a serious head injury and remains critically ill […]

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    • Marking National Care Leavers week in Cornwall
       Cornwall Council and Carefree are teaming up For National Care Leavers Week 2020 (26th October to 2nd November), to highlight the achievements of people who have experience of being in care.  There are over 1.3 million people in the UK who are care experienced and this week is an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the […]
    • Cornwall Council produces three COVID-19 information packs to help people and businesses access support during pandemic
      Cornwall Council has produced three information packs.  They are aimed at helping residents, businesses and voluntary organisations get the help they need during these uncertain times. The first is a community pack. This will be made available to community groups across the county.  It will help them to make sure residents, including the most vulnerable, […]
    • Visitors to Cornwall urged to stay safe and stick to the rules this half-term
      Visitors to Cornwall are being asked to stay safe and follow the rules this half-term – especially if they develop symptoms while on holiday. The October break is usually a busy time for the county’s tourism hotspots, which creates a perfect opportunity for coronavirus to spread, and so Cornwall Council’s Public Health team is asking […]
    • Council applauds community spirit to help struggling families this half term
      Cornwall Council’s portfolio holder for children, Cllr Sally Hawken said: "The government were right to provide free school meals during the last two holidays and quite simply are failing children by not continuing this provision. We welcome the community spirit seen in Cornwall throughout this pandemic that carries on regardless of how hard things get. […]
    • High demand for Cornwall Council’s planning services
      Residents, planning agents and those buying homes in Cornwall are asked to be patient as the Council’s planning service experiences high demand.  The Planning and Sustainable Development service has continued to operate throughout the challenges of this year as the coronavirus pandemic impacts everyone’s lives, but it has had to adapt the way in which it works – all while dealing with an unusually high level of enquiries.  Between April 2018 and March 2019 the planning service received an average of 4,666 emails each month – […]
    • A new campaign is launched to tackle exploitation in Cornwall
      Every month across the UK over six hundred young people are safeguarded from exploitation, according to figures from the National Crime Agency.  Children and young adults in Cornwall are not immune to this and we need to increase public awareness of the signs and indicators. Today sees the launch of CETHESIGNS, a new campaign from […]
    • Cornwall Council works with the Falmouth community to safeguard Princess Pavilion
      Cornwall Council has pledged to support the Falmouth community in securing the long-term future of Princess Pavilion and Gyllyngdune Gardens. As part of Cornwall Council’s devolution programme, it agreed outline plans last year to devolve Princess Pavilion and its gardens which are currently run by the leisure provider GLL. Falmouth Town Council is holding detailed […]
    • Mother and son admit selling illegal tobacco
      A mother and son from Camborne appeared before Truro Magistrates on Wednesday, October 21, 2020, where they admitted charges in relation to the supply of illegal tobacco products and the evasion of taxes and duties.   Geraldine Linda Watling, age 62, from Gwelmor, Camborne and her son Simon David Watling, age 39, from Park-an-Tansys, Pengegon, Camborne admitted four charges between them in a prosecution brought by Cornwall […]
    • Don't turn Halloween into a 'nightmare on your street'
      With Halloween season fast approaching, families may be wondering whether trick or treating is worth the risk this year. The message is clear from the South West – stay at home and don’t turn Halloween into a Covid “nightmare on your street”.  Whilst traditional trick or treating will be a risky business given the need to follow […]
    • Cornwall’s half term advice to visitors
      Visitors to Cornwall this half-term are being asked to observe the latest public health guidance.  This will help keep Cornwall safe and limit the spread of Coronavirus.  Cornwall remains in the lowest-risk tier in England (medium) but looks to those arriving from other parts of the country to behave safely and respectfully as they take […]