The control room
The control room is an essential part of police operational activity. It’s staff oversee the allocation of policing resources such as response officers to incidents and crimes and it’s call handlers take information from the public to ensure that officers attending locations are prepared and safe.

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The Dog Team
The dog team support front line officers in locating vulnerable people and detecting crimes.

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Major Incidents
Occasionally, police forces will have to deal with major incidents, from accidents to freak weather, serious crimes to disorder.

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Scientific Support
Also known as forensics, this team supports the force in securing evidence using modern sciences.

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The front desk
Welcome to Devon and Cornwall Police. Here you can find out about the force, it's rank structure and it's values.

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Museum
Welcome to the museum. Find out about the history of  policing in Devon and Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

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Roads Policing
Devon and Cornwall has a vast road network from its arterial routes into the counties to it's many minor roads.

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Custody
There are a number of custody centres across the force area dealing with offenders upon arrest

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Neighbourhood Policing
Being a neighbourhood officer requires the ability to work effectively within the community.

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Response
A response officer deals with incidents as they come in. Every incident could be unique and comes with potential risk.

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Prevent
Like all police forces, Devon and Cornwall deal with the potential risk of terrorism

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Crime Investigation
An integral part of policing, find out how officers investigate crimes.

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Training College
Think you've seen it all. Take the ultimate test to see if you know it all.

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Missing People
Find out how we deal with missing people

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Stop and Search
Police officers have the power to conduct stop and search.

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