Two officers from the armed policing unit used a day’s leave to speak to students at an East Cambs college on the dangers of carrying knives and firearms.
Police have been called to six crashes across East Cambridgeshire in the last 24 hours – including a collision on the A10 near Stretham where a car had to be recovered from a water-filled ditch.
Fordham residents have been warned to ensure their “home security is robust” after four separate house burglaries within the village in 10 days.
The Ely Speed Watch team clocked 47 speeding cars in November.
People are invited to a community think tank to give their views on how to improve Ely city centre.
Police have shared a video which shows the “rewarding” creative work of young people in Littleport improving the area around Mill Pit Furlong with public art.
A police community support officer who began with the East Cambs force has achieved his dream of becoming a dog handler after eight years hard work - and the added bonus of Otis the German Shepherd.
A splash of colour came to Littleport over the bank holiday weekend thanks to the hard work of some creative young people in a street art project.
A “tired and loved” pocket of ground in the area of Mill Pit Furlong, Littleport has been nominated for a horticultural make-over.
A group of youngsters have been recognised for their work in improving the relationship between the police and young people in East Cambridgeshire.
Police have increased their presence in villages across East Cambridgeshire following a spate of bungalow burglaries.
The talent of young artists in East Cambridgeshire was celebrated at an awards evening in Ely attended by the county’s police and crime commissioner.
There was a lucky escape for a delivery driver caught up in Storm Doris in Soham.
Creative young people are being encouraged to get their entries in for an art competition, organised by police, by the end of this month.
Schools can be the most hectic of places – but East Cambridgeshire Contabulary has helped to provide some relief at one of the region’s colleges by bringing along its trainee therapy dog.
East Cambridgeshire police have come up with a new incentive to get people to share their views with them – offering a ‘ride-along’ experience to those who complete it.
Police have issued a warning to local drivers to take care on the roads after a car ended up in a water-filled ditch in Isleham.
East Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s youth consultation panel has received a big cash boost.
An eagle eyed motorist posted a photo of a police car with a number plate obscured by dirt – on the day police in Ely fined a motorist £100 for the same offence!