More than £1.4 million of extra funding has been secured by Darryl Preston in his first year as Police and Crime Commissioner.
A weapons amnesty is being held next week allowing people to dispose of items safely and without fear of prosecution.
In his fortnightly I.T Crowd column, Philip Brooks, of Diamond Byte Solutions, discusses phishing.
Cambridgeshire police have met its target for the second year in a row for the national police uplift programme, new figures have revealed.
Philip Brooks, of Diamond Byte Solutions in Wisbech, looks at internet scamming in his fortnightly I.T Crowd column.
A property in Wisbech that had become a magnet for anti-social behaviour and crime including drug use has been shut.
Eight dogs are stolen every day in the UK and these are the breeds most likely to be targeted by thieves.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Darryl Preston, is encouraging members of the public to nominate potential projects for the community payback scheme.
Imagine being home alone, hiding in the darkness. You jump at every noise and spend each day planning routes to work, each journey filled with fear.
As councils begin giving tax payers their £150 rebate to help with the cost of living, there's a warning for those waiting for their money.
More than 130 people have applied for information from Cambridgeshire Police through the Sarah's Law legislation in the last year.
Police have released CCTV images of three people they would like to speak to in connection with the theft of multiple bottles of alcohol.
Two men have been arrested after armed police were called to the Long Sutton area earlier today.
Police are appealing for information following an aggravated burglary on Tuesday morning.
Organisations can bid for additional funding to support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Hare coursing has fallen by almost a third thanks to the success of a 'borderless' scheme among police forces.