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Fatal collision in Bangor-on-Dee: Man named

The  man  who  died  following a road traffic collision on  the A525 Whitchurch Road, Bangor-on-Dee, during the early hours of Wednesday 2nd October has been named as Mr Nicholas Done, who was 53-years-old and came from the Whitchurch area.

Continued patrols in Llanfairpwll

Patrols to deter anti-social behaviour and engage with youngsters in an Anglesey village are continuing with officers issuing four dispersal notices in one weekend.

Disqualified driver who crashed has been jailed

A disqualified driver who crashed another man’s motorcycle has been jailed.

Trauma teddies donation to comfort children in need

An army of specially knitted teddies have been donated to North Wales Police to comfort children during traumatic experiences.

North Wales Police to get an additional 62 Officers

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Second training session for the Hair & Beauty industry to support Domestic Abuse victims

Following the success of the initial training session North Wales Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner are now in a position to offer a second Domestic Abuse training event, for all employees in the hair and beauty industry&hellip;

Speed check on Britannia Bridge leads to drug drive arrests

A routine speed check on the Britannia Bridge last night led to two drug drive arrests and a vehicle seizure.

Fatal collision near Bryncrug, Gwynedd: Man named

The pedestrian who died following a road traffic collision on the A493 near Bryncrug in Gwynedd on Saturday night has been named.

Boss of pioneering scheme knows what it’s like to have family member with an addiction

The woman charged with running a pioneering scheme to help vulnerable people break away from a life of crime knows what it’s like to live under the shadow of addiction.

PC Recruitment window to open

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