News and Appeals

Improving services for vulnerable people

Officer and staff at North Wales Police who specialise in dealing with vulnerable people are undertaking a specifically designed course on current legislation, policy and practise in this field to help maintain a top quality service.

Theft of lead from Bangor University: Two in custody

Two men are currently in police custody following a report that lead had been stolen from Bangor University last night (Monday, September 21st).

Motorcyclists urged to stay safe

Motorcyclists are being urged to stay safe if they are making the most of the good weather following several collisions over the weekend.

Homicide investigation launched following disturbance in Bangor

Superintendent Nick Evans confirmed: “At approximately 10.30pm last night, Saturday 19th September, officers were called to a disturbance in the area of the Waverley Hotel, Station Road in Bangor.

Fatal RTC on the A55 at Northop

Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision which happened just before 1am today, Saturday19th September.

Man jailed for causing death by careless driving in Gellilydan

A 23-year-old man who was involved in a fatal road traffic collision which killed his girlfriend last year has been jailed.

Family tribute to Ethan Ross

The family of the teenager who died following a road traffic collision on the A55 last weekend have paid tribute to him.

Suspended sentence for drink driver caught twice in a month

A Deiniolen man has been given a suspended prison sentence after being caught drink driving twice in the space of a few weeks.

Labour exploitation concerns in the shellfish industry

There has recently been an increase in concern over unsafe working conditions and labour exploitation in the shellfish industry on UK coastlines.