South Wales Police is raising awareness of advice which may help prevent people in our communities from falling victim
Police have issued a series of tips and advice for people to bear in mind during the coronavirus outbreak – and to community groups who are offering their support to others.
In South Wales and across the country, there have been numerous examples of communities coming together and helping each other, particularly the most vulnerable.
But with reports from elsewhere in the UK of fraudsters and scammers trying to use the outbreak to take advantage of others, South Wales Police is raising awareness of advice which may help prevent people in our communities from falling victim.
Chief Superintendent Stuart Parfitt, Head of Operational Support Services, said:
“It is fantastic to see so many examples of a generous community spirit, and we want to encourage that to continue, while everyone abides by the latest public health guidance.
“However, we also want to pass on some advice to help keep everyone – and particularly the vulnerable – safe from the tiny minority who may try to take advantage of others’ situations during this outbreak by claiming to be offering support, while in fact acting with an ulterior motive.”
To speak to the police, call 101, or 999 in an emergency.
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