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Gloucestershire Constabulary Weekly Round-up

How we are helping and supporting you during the Coronavirus pandemic We understand that we are in unprecedented times while the world, and indeed our county, face the Coronavirus pandemic. As we continue to work to keep you safe, we want to be able to provide you with all the help and support that you need. Our website includes information, guidance and answers to some of the questions that you may have – from what you can and cannot do through to how we are responding to incidents and the ways you can report concerns or a breach of coronavirus measures to us.. Click here to read more  
Do you need support, or can you offer help to those within our communities? Do you need help or can you offer help during the Coronavirus pandemic? Gloucestershire County Council in collaboration with local councils, police and health services has created a Help Hub, which will connect local people who need help, with individuals, groups and businesses who can provide the support they need. Please visit www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/gloucestershires-community-help-hub/#maincontent    

Police remind public not to travel over Easter holidays Published: 4 April Ahead of the Easter break, Gloucestershire Constabulary has reminded the public that going on holiday is not one of the reasonable excuses for leaving home. Police officers will be stopping motorists who appear to be heading on holiday, such as those towing caravans, and will continue to engage, explain and encourage them to return to their primary home. Read more here    

Scam warning – don’t get caught out by fraudsters Published: 3 April A new scam is targeting people supposedly breaching daily exercise guidelines. Residents in Cheltenham have received scam letters, seemingly from Cheltenham Borough Council, demanding fines for disrespecting the self-isolation policy and breaching th daily exercise guidelines. It comes as Action Fraud reported a 400% increase in Coronavirus-related fraud in March. Read more here    

Domestic abuse and sexual violence advice during Covid-19 Published: 2 April Being in lockdown with someone who is mentally or physically abusive is a scary reality for people across Gloucestershire. If you’re dealing with domestic abuse or sexual violence in Gloucestershire, please know that support is available. Read on for advice and contacts for local and national agencies which can help. Read more here  

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