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    STOP Terrorists' & Extremists' Online Presence

    Tackling extremist material is important to protect the public and prevent offences that incite or promote terrorism and extremism. From Friday 15th April at 7.00am, a 36 hour period of intensive activity will take place in the Counter Terrorism Intranet Referral Unit (CTIRU) as part of the STOP Terrorists’ & Extremists’ Online Presence campaign. The internet and…

    Could you be a Special Constable?

    Can you give up 16 hours a month to help safeguard your community? Dyfed Powys Police is looking for people who have a special quality and are willing to volunteer their time to join the force as special constables in North Powys and Ceredigion. “We know that the best way to support a community and help resolve the issues that matter is by getting involved, understan…

    You can now report issues online

    Dyfed Powys Police have launched our new force website that includes new ways for the public to contact us, via the site, to report a crime or something that has happened. T/Assistant Chief Constable Simon Powell said, “We are excited by the new site and the enhanced capability it will offer to those who use it to access our services.   The major change is the new wa…

    Belt Up - and save a life

    Police across Wales have vowed to crack down on motorists and passengers not wearing seatbelts as part of an All Wales Seatbelt Campaign which begins today (Monday 7th March). Officers are warning that ‘belting up can save a life’ and they will be monitoring the roads for those ignoring the law. The first week of the campaign will also coincide with a similar Europe…

    New Community Messaging System Rolled Out: Sign Up Now!

    Dyfed-Powys Police ‘Community Messaging’ (DPCM) is now available force-wide.  DCPM is a system which enables us to issue fast time messages to you and, enables you to play a part in policing. Chief Superintendent Aled Davies said, “Community Messaging’ complements our existing methods of speaking directly with our communities. Residents signing up to DPCM using just…

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