No fixed penalty notices have been issued for breaching Covid-19 legislation over the past two weeks, Wiltshire Police has revealed - but there was one arrest.

It says the overall demand on the force for Covid-19-related matters "continues to fall", with the lowest number of related crimes and incidents since the beginning of the pandemic.

Chief Constable Kier Pritchard said: "Thankfully we are continuing to see a drop in the number of reports coming into Wiltshire Police, relating to Covid-19, and it is clear that any issues we do see are isolated incidents rather than a trend of people choosing to flout the rules."

Between June 8 and 14, the force recorded the following:

• One incident linked to Covid-19 – compared to 12 the week before

• Five crimes linked to Covid-19 – the same number as the week before

• Issued zero fixed penalty notices (FPNs) for the second week running

• One arrest for a breach of the Covid legislation

Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson added: "I am pleased to see that our Covid-19 policing figures are continuing to drop, providing reassurance that the overwhelming majority of people are listening to the government advice and keeping themselves safe."