News and Appeals

Further update following series of warrants in North Wales and Merseyside

Following on from the warrants executed in North Wales, Merseyside and Scotland yesterday, Thursday 5th September, 15 people remain in custody.

Serious injury collision near Eglwysbach: Appeal

Police are renewing their appeal for witnesses after two people were seriously injured following a road traffic collision on the bank holiday weekend.

Problem Orientated Partnerships awards

We held our third annual Problem Orientated Partnerships awards this week which show-cased examples of agencies and businesses working to develop solutions to local problems so we can keep communities safe and focus on the most…

Update following warrants in North Wales, Merseyside and Scotland

The cross border operation led by North Wales Police, targeting serious and organised criminals, has resulted in 16 arrests after search warrants were executed across North Wales, Merseyside and Scotland.

Warrants executed across North Wales and Merseyside

Today, Thursday 5th September, a North Wales Police led cross border operation targeting serious and organised criminals has resulted in 16 arrests after search warrants were executed across North Wales and Merseyside.

Fatal collision in Amlwch

A pedestrian has sadly died following a road traffic collision in Amlwch last night (Wednesday, September 4th).

Missing 41-year-old

Police are trying to locate a 41-year-old man who is missing and are calling on the help of the public.

Incident in Mynydd Isa

North Wales Police and the Air Ambulance were called to a property at Mynydd Isa around 4.45pm (Saturday the 31st August) following an incident involving a dog attack.

Incident in Prestatyn

Police were called to Pontins holiday camp Prestatyn at 07:25 hours on Saturday 31st August 2019 by ambulance control  to a report of a 33 year old female in cardiac arrest at the location.

Be safe, be prepared in North Wales

Be safe, be prepared is the message behind a major social media campaign being launched this September and supported by all North Wales councils, Welsh Government, the emergency services and some utility companies.