The first two successful organisations to receive funding via a new scheme from North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Andy Dunbobbin to help tackle crime have been announced.
At a meeting on September 26 of the North Wales Police and Crime Panel at Conwy County Borough Council’s Bodlondeb building, the members confirmed Amanda Blakeman as the region’s new Chief Constable.
Colleagues from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales, including Deputy Commissioner Wayne Jones, attended the launch event for a major campaign to help victims and survivors of sexual abuse in North Wales that went live on 26 September 2022.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, visited Capel Curig on September 17 to join Conwy District Scouts at its local camp.
Following the announcement of the sad death of Her Majesty The Queen, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales, Andy Dunbobbin, has made the following announcement.
A new strategy has launched, aiming to help address the causes of female offending in North Wales and to make a genuine difference to women’s lives, reduce their involvement with the criminal justice system, and cut crime.
On Tuesday, 30 August, Andy Dunbobbin hosted Cheshire PCC John Dwyer at North Wales Police HQ in Colwyn Bay for discussions about policing matters and cross border co-operation.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, visited Dolgellau on 25 August to see how a new mobile policing service is making sure that rural communities in North Wales have better access to support from police and that they know where to turn if they become victims of crime.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin has announced Amanda Blakeman, currently Deputy Chief Constable of Gwent Police as his preferred candidate as the region’s new Chief Constable. Ms Blakeman will be the first female Chief Constable in the history of North Wales Police.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Andy Dunbobbin has welcomed the news that a £1.5 million bid for funding from the Home Office to make streets safer across North Wales has been successful.