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.
North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner visits Bryncir to hear concerns of local agricultural community
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, recently visited the Lloyd Williams & Hughes Auction Centre in Bryncir, Garndolbenmaen, to engage with the local rural community and to see how the centre provides a valuable forum for the community in the area.
On Thursday 5 January, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin met Councillor Gwennol Ellis, who represents Uwchaled Ward on Conwy County Borough Council, to discuss road safety issues in Glasfryn, Cerrigydrudion and the campaign by local residents to reduce the speed limit on the A5 through the village. The PCC and Cllr Ellis walked the stretch of the road through the village from the Old Post Office Bus Stop to the former Ty’n y Felin School to understand the problems with speeding affecting residents.
PCC and North Wales Police call on the public to make a New Year’s resolution to Stop, Challenge and Check in the fight against online fraud
As the sales start, and many people take advantage of special offers and deals online, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin and the Economic Crime Unit at North Wales Police have joined forces to call on the public to make a New Year’s resolution to protect themselves from internet-based fraud by following a few simple tips.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin joined officers from North Wales Police’s Roads Policing Unit (RPU) as part of their Christmas anti-drink and drug driving campaign on the evening of 21 December.
The appointment of Alan Jones, Independent Domestic Violence Advisor [IDVA] and Arron Roberts, Children and Young People’s Worker over the past 18 months have been a welcome addition to the team at Gorwel, a service, run by Grwp Cynefin, which operates in Gwynedd and Anglesey providing help and support to people suffering domestic abuse.
As the year draws to a close and we look forward to the festive period, North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin would like to wish a very merry Christmas and happy New Year to you, your families, friends and loved ones.
Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for North Wales, Andy Dunbobbin, visited the headquarters of Y Bont in Penygroes, on 8 December to see how funding from his Innovate to Grow initiative is helping to support women and their families affected by imprisonment in North Wales.