On Tuesday, November 1, the PCC met the Domestic Abuse Commissioner for England and Wales, Nicole Jacobs, at the DASU (Domestic Abuse Safety Unit) offices in Wrexham.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin spoke to local second-year students from the Professional Policing Degree course at Coleg Llandrillo in Rhos-on-Sea on October 25 to discuss his role and how it works, his plan to cut crime in North Wales, and how young people and their communities can get involved in the fight against crime.
On Friday 21 October, North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin spoke at the ‘Hear our Voice’ conference at the Beaches Hotel, Prestatyn. The event was organised by Prestatyn Self-Advocacy, a learning disability self-advocacy group working in Denbighshire.
In a report published on 22 September by the National Youth Advocacy Service [NYAS], the North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC)’s Police & Crime Plan was identified as good practice.
Criminal Justice in Wales has launched its new Anti-Racism Action Plan, outlining the determination of partners to do all they can, individually and collectively to root out any form of racism across the Criminal Justice System.
North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Andy Dunbobbin has given the Hate Crime Awareness Week campaign his full backing and is holding a series of events to mark the week and to engage with different communities across the region affected by hate crime.
North Wales Police recently held a series of engagement events with Young Farmers’ Clubs from across North Wales, where Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin took the opportunity to show his commitment of ensuring the safety and security of our rural community across the region.
DASU the largest accredited provider of Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDVA) services in North Wales has joined forces with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to launch their IDVA services into Glan Clwyd and Wrexham Maelor hospitals.
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.