20 Jul 2018
Dafydd Llywelyn welcomes a panel of experts to the Rural Crime Forum at the Royal Welsh Show
Dyfed-Powys is the largest police force area in both England and Wales, with much of its territory falling within rural inland areas and coastal countryside. Crime that occurs within these areas, and indeed across much of Wales’ landmass, can be classified as rural crime. Rural crime is often complex, multi-faceted and difficult to monitor and investigate.
‘Are we doing enough?’ welcomes colleagues from partner agencies across Wales to sit alongside Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn to discuss and consult with partners, stakeholders and members of rural communities on matters of wildlife crime and rural affairs in Wales. The Panel will sit on Monday July 23 at 11:00 in the FUW Building on the Royal Welsh Showground.
Dafydd Llywelyn said: "As elected officials and senior representatives of our respective organisations, we have a responsibility to listen to, and address concerns over community safety, crime and justice.
Together, we can work together to deliver better services to where it matters most - our communities."
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