News and Appeals

Police praise revellers following 'Mad Friday'

Police have thanked the communities of North Wales for kick starting the Christmas festivities ‘without any real issues’ following a relatively uneventful Friday evening.

Appeal for witnesses following serious collision on Anglesey

At 05.00hrs this morning (Saturday 20th December) the emergency services were called to a serious life threatening road traffic collision involving a white van and a pedestrian, on the A5025 road between Four Crosses, Menai Bridge,…

Street Pastors expanding

The Street Pastors are going from strength to strength – extending their services across the western area of the force.

Help us to reduce demand on the Police Call Centre

A report of someone complaining about their neighbour’s washing machine, a complaint about waiting for a taxi, a child playing on the telephone and a complaint regarding wrongly prescribed medication are just some of the examples of…

Taxi marshalls to help keep people safe in Bangor

North Wales Police and Gwynedd Council have teamed up to help make the communities around Bangor safer over the festive period.

Don’t leave valuable items in vehicles

Police are calling on motorists – including tradespeople to remain vigilant and remove valuable items from their vehicles following a number of thefts.

Driver found towing vehicles without correct category of licence

A driver has been fined and given penalty points on his licence for various offences including incorrect category of licence, no insurance and no MOT.