News and Appeals

Supporting the #unsungheroes of International Control Room week

North Wales Police are supporting a week-long campaign which recognises and raises awareness of officers and staff who work in emergency service control rooms across the world.

Warning over contaminated drugs

Police are warning drug users in North Wales to take extra care after they have been made aware that there may be a bad batch of drugs circulating in the area.

Statement regarding the travel restrictions into Wales

On behalf of the four Welsh Police Forces, Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Nigel Harrison, North Wales Police said: “As we move into a critical stage of the virus progression, policing across Wales will continue to support the…

Joint Operation in Rhyl

Following a successful week long operation in Rhyl involving the Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT), Priority Crime Team (PCT) and Central Targeted Activity Team (CTAT) 4 men have been arrested for drugs offences and a closure notice…

Spate of burglaries in Caernarfon

Police are appealing for information following a spate of burglaries in Caernarfon.

Halloween 2020 – Respect, Protect, Enjoy

Respect, protect and enjoy – that is the message from North Wales Police and their partners as they urge people to celebrate Halloween and Bonfire Night safely this year.

Family pay tribute to 'larger than life' character with 'wicked' sense of humour

The family of Alun Owen have paid tribute to him, after his life was tragically cut short when he was taken by the river in Abergwyngregyn whilst working for Openreach on Tuesday the 6th of October 2020.

Chief Constable Carl Foulkes Recognised in Queen's Honours List

Congratulations to our Chief Constable Carl Foulkes for being recognised in the Queen's Honours List.

Gang Members Sentenced to 32 years for County Lines Drug Dealing.

Six men have today been jailed for over 32 years for their part in the supply of drugs in North Flintshire.

A message for parents and carers on Anglesey

Police on Anglesey are asking parents and carers to know where their youngsters are in the evenings and weekends following a recent spate in anti-social behaviour.