A new campaign from the Wiltshire Police is being launched this week.

The Summer Demand campaign aims to continue the conversation with communities about how they can help the police over the summer months and will be run primarily on social media sites.

The campaign, which will run through July, August and September, will focus on a number of issues including domestic abuse, drink driving and theft.

Adrian Burt, Swindon's community policing team superintendent, said: "As part of the campaign, we'll be telling the public more about their community policing teams and the demands they are facing on a daily basis, as well as ways the public can help.

"During the school summer holidays we often see an increase in anti-social behaviour amongst young people so we will be engaging with schools and parents to try and reduce calls of this nature.

"It is vital that we continue to provide an excellent service to the public but we need their help to try and assist with the ever increasing demands on us.

"Public safety is our main priority and we hope that this campaign gives an insight into the demands of policing and helps to better inform communities about staying safe."

For more information about your local policing team, visit wiltshire.police.uk/YourArea