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Rural Crime is decreasing in North Wales, despite an increase across the rest of the UK where organised gangs have targeted machinery and livestock.
North Wales Police has received the Gold Award in recognition of our support for the Armed Forces through our Employee Recognition Scheme.
A disqualified driver who tested positive for drugs and who was also wanted, was one of the many arrests made by the Roads Policing Unit over the weekend.
Police in Porthmadog have been granted a dispersal order to tackle anti-social behaviour in the town.
An initiative to tackle anti-social behaviour in the town centre and other areas of Rhyl has been adopted.
A man who was caught driving whilst disqualified for the 7th time has been jailed.
49 year old Colin Joseph Jones of Liverpool has been found guilty at Mold Crown Court of Conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.
The competition to create a poster to say ‘Diolch Heddlu Gogledd Cymru for keeping us safe during the past few months has come to an end. Menter Iaith Bangor set the task for families in the Bangor and Bethesda area to create an…
A police boss has promised a high tech crackdown on organised gangs coming on crime sprees to two North Wales towns.
A property in Rhyl, associated with antisocial behaviour has been closed for 24 hours from 2pm today, Wednesday 29th July.