How does North Wales Police use social media?

North Wales Police supports the use of social media as another way of communicating with the public we serve.

 

Our networks – which include Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, provide people with an alternative way to source the latest news, appeals and information in ‘real time’.

 

Through our social networking sites, anyone around the world can get regular updates on what is happening across the North Wales force area.

 

Social networking sites are a low cost form of communication that we can use to communicate quickly and widely.

 

Individual officers and PCSOs are also using the micro-blogging service as another means of communicating with residents. Often ‘tweeting’ from the beat, members of the public can gain a real insight to the life of a working officer or staff member by following their daily activities.

 

  • Social networking sites should not be used to report crimes.
  • If a crime is currently taking place or you are in immediate danger, dial 999.
  • If you wish to contact North Wales Police and it is not an emergency please call 101 or 0300 330 0101.

 


 

Official North Wales Police Social Network pages

 

 

 

 


 

Forcewide and Specialist Roles

 

North Wales Police provides a diverse and exciting working environment. There are many specialist roles undertaken by Police officers and Police staff members to support and enhance the service provided to the public. Some of the team members undertaking these roles share an insight with you. 

 

 

 


 

Your Local Policing Teams

 

Western Area
The Western area encompasses the Isle of Anglesey and Gwynedd. The area is divided into 3 policing areas.

 

Anglesey

 

 

North Gwynedd

 

 

South Gwynedd

 

 


 

Central Area
The Western area encompasses Conwy and Denbighshire. The area is divided into 3 policing areas.

 

West Conwy Coastal

 

 

Denbighshire Coastal and Abergele

 

 

Conwy and Denbigh Rural

 

 


 

Eastern Area
The Eastern area encompasses Flintshire and Wrexham. The area is divided into 4 policing areas.

 

North Flintshire

 

 

South Flintshire

 

Currently no accounts.

 

Wrexham Town

 

 

Wrexham Rural

 

 

  • Social networking sites should not be used to report crimes.
  • If a crime is currently taking place or you are in immediate danger, dial 999.
  • If you wish to contact North Wales Police and it is not an emergency please call 101 or 0300 330 0101.
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