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Last updated: 21 February 21:42
We're aware of a police impersonator scam in the Peterborough area. We will never ask you to withdraw cash, reveal your PIN number or passwords.
If you think someone is posing as a police officer and is still in the area, call 999.
Form 201 and Form 201V firearms applications have recently been updated by the Home Office.
Both of the new forms are now available within our firearms applications section for;
Please note that old versions of either form will not be accepted after Friday 23 February 2018.
TOMORROW (Friday) officers in Cambridge will be taking to Twitter to give members of the public an insight into what an average day looks like for police in the city.
Last month (August) a total of 2,731 calls for service were made in Cambridge and a total of 1,160 crimes were recorded in the city.
Inspector Nick Skipworth said: “We are taking to Twitter to highlight the demand on us and why we have to prioritise calls for service.
“As with all allocation of police resource we have to take into account ongoing incidents as well as force priorities such as domestic abuse, sexual assault and child protection, therefore all police response will be based on the highest levels of threat, risk and harm.”
To follow the activity tomorrow look out for @CambridgeCops on Twitter.