News and Appeals
Over the weekend North Wales Police undertook a dedicated operation to reinforce the Government message about staying at home and protecting our NHS.
As communities come together and help to tackle the current health crisis, police forces across Wales are asking adults and children to #StaySafe online.
As we approach Easter, some of the key organisations in North Wales have come together to urge people to only make essential journeys and not to visit the region to safeguard and support our local health services.
Officers are warning that they will take action against anybody found to be exceeding the speed limits after roads have become quieter as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Victims of domestic abuse are being reminded that North Wales Police officers are on hand to help them, and will deal robustly with perpetrators regardless of the coronavirus lockdown.
Despite the current travel restrictions North Wales Police’s Roads Policing Unit are reminding motorists that #Fatal5 patrols continue after drink and drug drive arrests were made yesterday (Thursday, 2nd April).
Two men have been arrested after over 20 vehicles had their tyres slashed in Craig-Y-Don last night.
Home should be the safest place for everyone at the moment but sadly this isn’t the case for victims of domestic abuse.
Sadly a man has died following a road traffic collision on the A55 near Bangor during the early hours of this morning (Wednesday, 1st April).
Denbighshire County Council is urging people to respect the decision to close some rights of way in the county, in light on the on-going Coronavirus situation.