Police gear up for the Royal Cornwall Show

Devon and Cornwall Police are gearing up for this year’s Royal Cornwall Show which takes place this week (Thursday 8, Friday 9 and Saturday 10 June).

Head to the police stand (number 77) where you can meet police officers and operational police dogs, see our latest technology in action with our police drones team and take home a goodie bag – there’s lots for everyone to see and do.

Children’s activities include entering our competition, meeting the police dogs plus make a fingerprint keyring. They can also dress up in police uniform and have a selfie with Juliet and Bravo, our crime fighting mascots, who will be visiting the stand each day (11am and 1.30pm on Thursday, 11am and 1pm on Friday, 10am, 1pm and 3pm on Saturday).

Adults visiting us can find out the different ways to contact the policing including AskNED – our new non-emergency directory (dc.police.uk/AskNED) and register for Devon and Cornwall Alert (alerts.dc.police.uk), plus pick up some useful guidance on how to prevent yourself becoming a victim of online crime.

Our ever popular police dogs will be demonstrating their skills in the main ring during the show. Displays will be taking place at 3.05pm and 6pm on Thursday, 2.10pm and 4.30pm on Friday, 1.50pm and 5.15pm on Saturday. Displays will involve our highly-trained police dogs displaying their crime-fighting abilities, as well as our puppies-in-training showing off the skills they have learnt so far. After each show, members of the public will be able to come and shake a paw with the dogs and puppies at the stand.

On Friday and Saturday you can meet Devon and Cornwall Police’s Drones Team, who will be on the stand demonstrating the latest drones and how they support operational policing within the county.

We look forward to welcoming you to our stand at #RCS17.

To keep up with the latest news from the stand and to receive daily updates during the show – follow us on Twitter – @DC_Police and Facebook – facebook/DevonAndCornwall

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Source:: Devon and Cornwall Police News

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