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Police launch campaign targeting motorists who use phones whilst driving

Dyfed Powys Police are supporting the All Wales Anti Mobile Phone Driving Campaign which is being led by North Wales Police, in partnership with Road Safety Wales.

The two-week all-Wales enforcement campaign is urging all road users to ‘keep their eyes on the road’ and not be distracted...

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Thu 30 Oct 2014 Operation Be a Nice Guy (B.A.N.G) in Ceredigion
Ceredigion Police are joining forces with partners to ask people living in Wales to ‘Be A Nice Guy’ this Halloween and bonfire night in Operation B.A.N.G. The force will be working with colleagues in the fire service and local authority to offer advice and guidance on the dos and don’ts around this... read more >>
Wed 29 Oct 2014 Model steam engine stolen from property in Cross Inn, Ceredigion
Sometime overnight between Thursday 23 and Friday 24 October 2014 a model steam engine approx. 24”- 28” long, was taken from a locked storage unit at an address in Cross Inn, near New Quay, Ceredigion.The model steam engine was of significant value, and particularly of sentimental value to the... read more >>
Tue 28 Oct 2014 Robbery in Parcmaen Street, Carmarthen October 27 Police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery of a 67-year-old man that took place on Monday, October 27. The man was walking home from the Golden Lion pub on Lamas Street, Carmarthen, just after 2am. Whilst walking along Parcmaen Street he was approached from behind and pushed to the ground. His... read more >>
Tue 28 Oct 2014 New Dispersal Powers for Police Community Support Officers Dyfed Powys Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) have been given the power to ban anyone committing, or likely to commit, anti-social behaviour or crime from a designated area for up to 48 hours. Chief Constable Simon Prince has authorised PCSOs with dispersal powers following the introduction... read more >>
Mon 27 Oct 2014 Keep Caravans Safe This Winter Police are urging caravan site owners to ensure they leave their caravans safe and secure as they shut down for winter. Caravan sites can be targeted by burglars out of season as they know the sites will be quiet, with easy access routes and the potential to steal due to insecure caravans and... read more >>