The Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for maintaining an efficient and effective police service for north Wales. Scrutinising and challenging North Wales Police’s performance is a key part of the Commissioner’s work. This includes monitoring performance against the Police and Crime Plan.
You can obtain information about crime levels in your neighbourhood by accessing the Home Office website, www.police.uk. Crime maps can be tailored to your geographic area of interest, and charts show crime and anti-social behaviour by category, a breakdown of ‘justice outcomes’ by category, and trends over time for all crime types and anti-social behaviour, month by month.
The HMIC Crime Comparator website provides a tool to compare crime rates, workforce numbers, cost and quality of service.
Every year, the Commissioner will publish an annual report, which will give information about what has been achieved in the previous financial year, including performance-related information and progress towards achieving the police and crime objectives.
National Crime Agency
The National Crime Agency (NCA) leads UK law enforcement's fight to cut serious and organised crime. They have national and international reach and the mandate and powers to work in partnership with other law enforcement organisations to bring the full weight of the law to bear on serious and organised criminals.
To read their latest assessment of serious and organised crime, click here