The threat of terrorism in the UK is real, but with a little knowledge you can increase your safety and help protect yourself against a terrorist attack. Find out below how to stay safe when you’re out and about and how to report any suspic
The threat from terrorism is real and serious. We’ve seen that terrorists can strike at any time and any place without warning. North Wales Police plays a key role in protecting the UK, but communities defeat terrorism and we need help and
GrittingNorth Wales Police are not responsible for the deciding which roads are gritted by the local authority. Please see details of the arrangements for your council below. Please take care on untreated roads.
“Jess was the envy of all the girls at school. None of the other 14-year olds in her year had a 30-year old boyfriend that met them at the school gates in a flash car. […] Chris told Jess that she drove him crazy, and that he loved her. And
Noise. Graffiti. A crowd of drinkers shouting abuse at passers-by. All examples of Anti-social Behaviour (ASB). The kind of behaviour that - although it might not do any physical harm - can make life miserable. We understand that, and
If you witness a crime you have a vital role to play in bringing the criminals to justice. You may well be concerned about reporting what you have seen or of giving a statement. There is no legal obligation for you to do this but the inform