Following news of the sad death of Helga Uckermann, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, has made the following statement:
At a meeting in Bodlondeb, Conwy, the North Wales Police and Crime Panel approved Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin’s, proposal for a lower than inflation rate increase in the policing precept.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, met members of the local farming community in North Wales on the morning of 27 January as part of the Farmers’ Union of Wales Farmhouse Breakfast Week.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin is launching a new monthly advice surgery for residents as part of his mission to bring policing closer to the people of the region.
23/1/23: Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales, Andy Dunbobbin, has today announced that he will ask the Police and Crime Panel to approve a lower than inflation rate increase in the policing precept.
On the evening of Thursday 19th January PCC Andy Dunbobbin attended the recruitment event for a new initiative that’s aiming to support vulnerable people in the night-time economies of Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno.
Following the recent guilty plea of former Metropolitan Police Officer David Carrick to a number of rapes and sexual offences, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, has released a statement.
The Single Point of Contact (SPoC) Communications Data Unit, a new collaboration by North Wales Police and Cheshire Constabulary, has been established, providing communications data to both forces on a 24/7 rota in the fight against crime.
Today (12/1/23) sees the launch of an independent review into the policing of the Hunting Act in North Wales. The review was ordered in May 2022 by North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin and, while the text highlights that North Wales Police’s actions are consistent with good practice, it also includes a set of recommendations for the Force on how it polices hunting across the region.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales, Andy Dunbobbin, joined officers from Wrexham City police on Wednesday, January 11th for a special event at the Alf Jones Cycles store in Gresford to mark the handover of four electric bikes.