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Business Leader becomes new Police and Community Trust Chairman

One of North Wales’ business leaders has just taken up the voluntary Chairmanship of the North Wales Police and Community Trust (PACT). Ashley Rogers is well known in north Wales and north west business circles in his role as…

Be vigilant for Track and Trace fraud

NHS Wales has started their Test, Trace, and Protect Service which aims to control the spread of Coronavirus in Wales. However, North Wales Police are concerned that this system will be the next target for fraudsters to take advantage of.

National Volunteers Week: Police Staff Nicky Bellis

As we celebrate National Volunteers Week we’d like to introduce you to some of our own officers and staff who give up their time to help in their communities.

UK police stand with those appalled by George Floyd death

UK police leaders have come together and published a statement about George Floyd’s death.

Stay away from Quarry Pools

With the current warm weather North Wales Police are highlighting the dangers of swimming in quarry pools.

Serious injury collision near Abergele

An appeal for witnesses is being made following a serious road traffic collision near Abergele over the weekend.

Please continue to keep Wales safe

Despite Welsh legislation changing today North Wales Police are continuing to urge people to follow current Welsh Government legislation to help keep Wales safe.

Celebrating National Volunteers Week

North Wales Police is marking National Volunteers' Week 2020 with a week-long social media campaign to highlight the contribution of volunteers in the Force.

Llyn Tegid incident

A North Wales man has sadly died after getting into difficulties in Llyn Tegid in Gwynedd this afternoon.

Slavery and Trafficking Risk Order granted

The Criminal investigation Department covering Conwy and Denbighshire has successfully applied for a Slavery and Trafficking Risk Order (STRO) in relation to an investigation involving the exploitation of children.