Recorded crime on Scilly down 7% from last year
There were 87 reported crimes on the Isles of Scilly in the 12 months up to May 2019. The number is 7 less than last year, a fall of 7.4%. Violent crimes rose slightly, with 12 with injury and 16 without (up from 10 and 15 last year). However, criminal damage fell 56% and theft not including shoplifting and vehicle offences was down 26%. There were no cases in the categories 'public order offences' and 'possession of weapons'. Recorded crime rose 3.3% across the Devon & Cornw
Ex-Scilly resident sentenced over frauds, theft
A former St Mary's resident accused of fraud and theft against two islands businesses has been sentenced.
Victim Support back on Scilly this week
The national Victim Support charity is available to chat to anyone affected by crime over the next two days.
Ex-resident accused of Scilly frauds, theft
A former St Mary's resident was due to appear before magistrates on Monday (April 8th) accused of fraud and theft against two islands bu
Council supports child safety campaign
The islands' Council supported National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day yesterday.
Police: New Year's Eve 'really good-spirited'
Isles of Scilly Police say there were "no incidents whatsoever" on St Mary's on New Year's Eve.
Scilly Police dispel drink-driving myth
Isles of Scilly Police have warned of the dangers of drink driving over the festive period.
Police Sergeant explains break-ins caution
The Isles of Scilly's Police Sergeant has explained his decision to caution a 22-year-old man following break-ins at the Co-op and Radio Scilly. Alcohol was stolen from the Co-op in the early hours of Saturday morning (December 8th). The same person then entered the Radio Scilly office and studio, breaking the door lock and vomiting on the floor. However, the decision to issue a caution proved controversial on social media, with some complaining that it was insufficient puni