Police launch ‘Op Bang’ for Halloween

Dyfed-Powys Police is urging parents to ensure their children are nice monsters when they go trick or treating this Halloween. The force has launched Op BANG – be a nice guy – which aims to tackle antisocial behaviour over Halloween and bonfire night. Neighbourhood policing teams will increase their patrols Continue Reading

Meet the team who made Granby Close a safer place

DYFED-Powys Police, Carmarthenshire County Council and a Forensic Security System Group have teamed up to make Granby Close in Morfa a safer place. The aim of the scheme is to make the area safer for the community and prevent crime which helps reduce the demand on policing in the area. Continue Reading

Touring bus to highlight cyber safety

THE importance of cyber security and the threats posed to businesses and individuals will be highlighted throughout March when a specially equipped cyber information bus is set to tour all 22 unitary authorities in Wales. Funded by the Welsh Government and managed by Tarian, the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) Continue Reading

Carmarthen Town Centre Base means more Police Visibility

A new base for Carmarthen’s Neighbourhood Policing Team, in the town centre, means residents and businesses will see Police Officers and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) more often. Their office, at the old court building, Hall Street, was opened after the main police station was relocated to Llangunnor earlier this Continue Reading

Spare a Thought for Others this Halloween and Bonfire Night

WE are building up to one of our busiest times of year with Halloween and Bonfire Night fast approaching. Every year at this time we see a real spike in demand for our services in relation to anti-social behaviour and other related matters. This has a big impact on not Continue Reading

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