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According to Alzheimer’s Research UK, 944,000 people are estimated to be living with dementia in the United Kingdom[1]. Given the growing scale of the condition, North Wales Police and Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board (BCUHB) have joined forces for the further rollout of a new series of films called Living Better with Dementia.

On Saturday 11 of May, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin visited the Forget-me-not Chorus in Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire. The charity and choir, which started in 2011, empowers individuals living with dementia through the transformative medium of music and was recently successful in applying for funding from the local Your Community, Your Choice initiative.

The OPCC continues to scrutinise the work of North Wales Police in a wide variety of ways and recently conducted a further review at the quarterly Strategic Executive Board, which took place on 8 May.

North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin recently visited Prestatyn Sports FC to see the positive impact of their successful Your Community, Your Choice funding bid. During the visit, the Commissioner toured the club's facilities and saw the progress made in expanding their youth football offerings.

On 2 May 2024 the voters of North Wales re-elected Andy Dunbobbin of Welsh Labour to be the Police and Crime Commissioner for the next four years.

North Wales Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales are working with online safety experts, Get Safe Online, to highlight the threat of Investment Scams for the residents of North Wales.

North Wales Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales are working with online safety experts, Get Safe Online, to highlight some of the threats when buying tickets online.

A local community sports group in Flintshire is using funding seized from criminals to create a lighter, brighter and safer environment for all at their ground. Buckley Cricket Club, which was founded in 1898, was recently successful in applying for funding from the Your Community, Your Choice initiative.

On March 20, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin visited Llanrug Silver Band to meet members, learn more about the organisation’s valuable work locally and to hear how money seized from criminals is being used to widen access to music in the community.

On Wednesday March 13, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin visited Bangor Saints Football Club at Byw'n Iach Leisure Centre on Bangor’s Garth Road, to gain an insight into the club's impactful work with local youth and to learn how money partly taken from criminals is helping to support the team’s work in the local community.