Police are urging people to wear seatbelts for every journey as part of a week-long enforcement campaign.
Police advice on how to protect your home and belongings from criminals will be on hand during an upcoming crime prevention day being organised by the constabulary.
Householders will be paying an additional £12 a year towards policing in Cambridgeshire in the coming year - with the money going towards 55 extra officers.
Householders are being asked if they are prepared to pay up to three per cent more to fund firefighters.
Reports that Cambridgeshire police were investigating an incident in which a mum and her children were splashed by a passing motorist have been “blown out of all proportion”, police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite has said.
A new system of policing in Cambridgeshire - which will see the introduction of 50 extra police officers - has been agreed and will come into effect at the end of April.
Police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite wants to know how much residents are prepared to pay to fund Cambridgeshire’s police force.
He told members of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) that they were working with hotels to offer security advice in a bid to combat the problem.
A proposal by Cambridgeshire’s police and crime commissioner to appoint a new deputy has been backed by a panel.
A multi-million pound crematorium, which could be a money-spinner for Huntingdon Town Council and bring major new sporting facilities, has been given the go-ahead.
A new local plan which will help shape the face of Huntingdonshire until 2036 has cleared a major hurdle.
An extra 50 police officers are set to be deployed across Cambridgeshire following a review by the county force.
Cambridgeshire’s police and crime commissioner has pressed ahead with plans to take charge of the county’s fire service.
The police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire is to recommend a former police officer for the vacant post of deputy.
Combating crime against small businesses is not being given high enough priority by law enforcers, business leaders have said.
Infrastructure in Huntingdonshire is “grinding to a halt” because planning permission is being granted in the wrong areas, a senior councillor has said.
Specialist roof alarms on churches will help deter lead thieves and protect important historic buildings, Cambridgeshire’s police and crime commissioner has said.
Historic churches across the district will be protected from lead thieves if a fundraising campaign is successful.
Hinchingbrooke residents are “gutted” after a controversial housing development was given the go-ahead by councillors after a crucial vote was taken while three members were unable to attend.
Asking for a lift home, a family dispute about who owns a dog and a gambling machine not paying out are just some of the inappropriate reasons people have contacted police in Cambridgeshire.
A former police station in Ramsey has been sold and it is likely the site will be used for residential development.
The police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire will invite the public to have a say on whether he should have a greater role in governing the county’s fire and rescue service.
The police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire has said armed patrols will continue on the streets of Cambridgeshire in response to the terrorist attack in London on Saturday.
The deputy police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire has resigned today (Monday) following allegations about his time as a police officer in the 1990s.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary has announced a new approach to tackle reoffending that will see some “low-level crimes” dealt with before they go through the court system.
More than £60,000 has been allocated to developing an online learning tool kit for young drivers.