Three teenage boys became critically ill when they took legal highs in Salisbury.
The fifteen year-olds were found in Queen Elizabeth Gardens on Friday - one of them was in a life threatening condition.
All three are now recovering but police say they are investigating.
ITV Meridian spoke to Jeremy Sare from the Angelus Foundation.
Three 15 year old boys needed hospital treatment after taking what are thought to be 'legal highs' in Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Salisbury.
The boys were critically ill and one was considered to be in a life threatening condition at Salisbury District Hospital after the incident on Friday afternoon.
Fortunately all three are now recovering.
"These drugs may be so called 'legal highs' but there is no way of knowing what chemicals are in these substances and what the consequences of taking them will be.
"We are working closely with the boys' parents and school, and I would strongly encourage parents/guardians to speak to their children about the risks of taking any drugs, legal or otherwise. My officers have commenced an investigation into this incident.
"I would also ask that anyone with information as to where these substances are being sold contacts us straight away."
A cyclist was knocked off his bike in a hit and run in Wiltshire.
Police are appealing for information following the incident in Salisbury city centre.
The 26-year-old victim, who is from the Salisbury area, was cycling home between 5pm and 6pm on January 4 when he was hit by a vehicle near to Churchfields Industrial Estate.
The vehicle did not stop at the scene.
The victim was wearing an all blue work uniform and was riding a 'Giant' white bike.
As a result of the incident, the victim sustained facial injuries, as well as pain in his back, neck and shoulders.
Anyone with information should call PC Osment at Amesbury Police Station on 101, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously if preferred.
Police have issued a warning about a "rogue" batch of drugs after a 36-year-old was found dead in a car park in Salisbury.
Emergency crews were called to Culver Street on Friday evening amid reports a woman had collapsed.
Wiltshire Police said the woman was pronounced dead at the scene and believe the deceased may have taken a quantity of contaminated heroin.
"I would of course urge everyone to steer well clear of any illegal drug use but following this tragic incident, we have concerns that there may be a quantity of contaminated heroin in our community which could have the potential to lead to further illness or death.
"We would like to reassure the local community that we are carrying out a detailed and robust investigation following this death and enquiries will be continuing.
"If anyone has any information on this incident, or is able to help us with inquiries to establish where these drugs have come from, please call us on 101 immediately. All information we receive will be treated in the strictest confidence. Alternatively, information can be given to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800." 555 111."
Drivers in Wiltshire are being offered on-the-spot eye tests to ensure they are fit to drive. Police warn some drivers are failing to get their eyes tested regularly putting themselves and others in danger. Poor vision is estimated to cause nearly three thousand casualties on the roads every year.
Currently, drivers of cars, vans and motorbikes are only required to have their eyesight checked once, when they take their driving test, by reading a number-plate. Beyond this, when they hit age 70, drivers must simply declare their vision meets legal requirements. The project is a joint initiative between Wiltshire Sight, Wiltshire Police, Wiltshire Fire & rescue, Wiltshire Council, Swindon Borough Council, opticians Haine & Smith and ROSPA. Organisers say the aim is to highlight the importance of good eye health and getting your eyes tested and to reinforce the message that people need to stop driving if their eyesight is deteriorating and cannot be improved by corrective lenses.
The Campaign coincides with the clock change. Less hours of daylight has been shown to have a significant impact on road traffic accidents, as many journeys become more challenging in the dark whilst people adjust to the reflective glare from on-coming headlights.
The roadshows take place in · Salisbury - outside the Guildhall Tuesday 27th October · Swindon - Wharf Green 29th October
Salisbury Cathedral is no stranger to beautiful blooms, but this week it's full to the rafters of flowers and visitors who've been coming to see them.
They are there as part of celebrations to mark 800 years since the signing of the Magna Carta.
It is particularly poignant at the Cathedral which owns one of the four original surviving documents.
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As five forces investigate alleged abuse by former Prime Minister Edward Heath, what's the reaction in Westminster? Here's our interview with Political Correspondent Phi Hornby
In all, FIVE police forces are now looking into claims of historic abuse - Wiltshire, London, Kent, Jersey and now Hampshire. Meanwhile A woman jailed for running a brothel just a mile from the home of former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath today broke her silence to DENY she was the person who had - allegedly - threatened to expose him as a child abuser. Myra Ling-Ling Forde had been named in national newspapers as the woman at the centre of the scandal. It had been claimed that in the early 1990s Wiltshire Police 'dropped' a case against her after Sir Edward's name was mentioned. Richard Slee reports
The first ever Wingsuit World Cup has just taken place in Wiltshire. Sixty experienced competitors - from 18 nations - have been performance flying over Salisbury Plain. Enthusiasts hope to attract more to the sport. But wingsuit flying has seen several high profile deaths in recent years. Two experienced flyers died in the United States earlier this month. Sally Simmonds asks whether it's right to promote an activity which dices too close to death.
Police are investigating a theft which took place at the Five Rivers Leisure Centre in Salisbury.
Between 3.30pm and 4.40pm on 8th February 2015, a man forced open a locker and stole a holdall belonging to a 75-year-old man from the Salisbury area. The holdall was later found and returned to the leisure centre, but the victim's mobile phone, keys, watch and other important documents had been stolen.
The man is believed to be aged approximately 25 to 30 years old, approximately 5 ft 8 inches tall with black hair and clean shaven. He was wearing a grey hoody, blue trousers and white trainers.
A CCTV image of a man police would like to speak with in connection to this incident is above.
Anyone with information should contact PC Simon Davies on 101. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously if preferred.