Police enquiries into allegations made by ITV regarding the Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service (DWFRS) have now concluded.

Dorset Police and Wiltshire Police were made aware of the allegations by the DWFRS, which centred on limited details relating to the inappropriate sharing of images on messaging platforms.

Dorset Police conducted proportionate enquiries and has found no evidence amounting to any criminal offences to support the allegations made within the ITV report.

The investigation included opening up an anonymous reporting line and speaking to named individuals within DWFRS and Wiltshire Police. Both Dorset Police and Wiltshire Police are satisfied that a thorough investigation has taken place and these enquiries have now concluded.

Wiltshire Police Assistant Chief Constable Deb Smith and Dorset Police Detective Superintendent Lindsay Dudfield said: “We take allegations of this nature incredibly seriously as demonstrated by this thorough and impartial investigation.

“We would always encourage anyone who has been a victim of crime, or thinks they have information relating to a crime, to come forward and report such matters.”

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