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Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales

The local governing body for policing in North Wales

Andy Dunbobbin - The Quay Hotel, Deganwy 2

About the Commissioner

Find out more about the Police and Crime Commissioner and what they do.



More information about the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Andy Dunbobbin & Amanda Blakeman

Working in Partnership

We work closely with partners to secure long term solutions to crime.

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North Wales Police & Crime Plan

The Police and Crime Plan focuses on the key areas the force will be expected to deliver on – issues that matter to local people, alongside other national policing requirements.

Click here to read the Police & Crime Commissioner's policing priorities for North Wales

North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin and North Wales Police will hold monthly advice surgery for residents as part of his mission to bring policing closer to the people of the region. The initiative enables local people to discuss policing in their communities and to raise any concerns or comments they might have with the Commissioner and local police officers.

Next surgery meeting:


July 24 | 2-4pm

Holyhead Library, Market Hall, Stanley St, Holyhead LL65 1HH

Click here for further details.

Details of future surgery meetings will be published in due course.

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Support for victims of crime

Providing support to victims of crime is a key priority of the Police and Crime Commissioner. One of the vital services the office commissions is the Victim Help Centre, based in St. Asaph, which supports all victims.

If you need support or further advice please click on this link

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