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    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…

    Rate your Local Police

    A new online tool, which allows the public to feedback on the service they receive from Dyfed Powys Police, has been launched. Called Rate your Local Police, the system enables people to log on and feedback on any interaction they’ve had with the Force based on a five star rating – similar to TripAdvisor. There is also space for the public to provide additional comme…

    Police remind homeowners to protect heating oil supplies

    Officers are reminding homeowners to protect their heating oil supplies to prevent any theft from storage tanks. “Homeowners can take a few simple steps to prevent being a victim of theft,” said Temporary Chief inspector Amanda Diggins. “Taking these measures will help make life more difficult for would-be-thieves and also ensures your tank stays topped-up. Be …

    Take #PaulsPledge Today

    Take #PaulsPledge to show your commitment to never condone or commit violence or aggression. Paul Pugh, now aged 34, was left in a coma for two months following the unprovoked assault outside the Old Cross Inn, Ammanford, on January 6, 2007, for which four men were jailed. Despite the fact that he will never fully recover from injuries that left him having to learn ho…

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