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Fri 31 Oct 2014 Not everyone loves little monsters
People who do not wish to take part in Halloween celebrations can download a free poster for display at their home, asking trick or treaters not to knock on their doors. The posters have been made available by the Carmarthenshire Community Safety Partnership, which is running Operation BANG again... read more >>
Fri 31 Oct 2014 Protect your cycles in the run up to Christmas At this time of year, thieves are on the lookout for easy targets and officers in Carmarthenshire are reminding householders to protect the belongings, especially bicycles. “We’ve had a few reports now of bikes being stolen in the last few months,” said Sergeant Rhys Williams. “There have also been... read more >>
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 >>
Mon 27 Oct 2014 Fatal RTC A40 Crickhowell Sunday October 26 Dyfed Powys Police were notified of a two vehicle road traffic collision on the A40 near Crickhowell in Powys at 1440hrs on 26th October, A Vauxhall Astra vehicle travelling towards Crickhowell collided with a Blue Ford Fiesta travelling in the opposite direction. Unfortunately the male driver of... read more >>
Fri 24 Oct 2014 New Anti-social Behaviour Legislation Triggers a Stronger Voice for Victims Victims of anti-social behaviour (ASB) have been given a stronger voice thanks to the introduction of the Community Trigger. The new initiative has been introduced in the UK and processes have been put in place in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Powys and Pembrokeshire to allow people to access the... read more >>
Mon 20 Oct 2014 Be a nice guy this Halloween and Fireworks night
Dyfed Powys 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 donts around this... read more >>
Sun 19 Oct 2014 Fatal RTC, A40 near Crickhowell Sunday afternoon 19/10/14 At approximately 4.15pm this afternoon, a two vehicle RTC occurred on the A40, near Elvicta Business park, just outside Crickhowell. Cars involved were a blue Renault Clio and a silver Mercedes C270. The 22 year old male driver of the Clio sustained serious injuries and was conveyed to Neville... read more >>
Sun 19 Oct 2014 Serious assault, Penybanc Road, Ammanford, Saturday evening 18/10/14 Dyfed-Powys Police is investigating a serious assault that took place at approx. 9.30pm on Saturday evening, October 18, on the driveway of a property in Penybanc Road, Ammanford. A 41 year old man was assaulted and conveyed to Morriston hospital, where he remains in a serious condition. Two men... read more >>
Fri 17 Oct 2014 Dyfed-Powys Police urge public to be vigilant in relation to phone scams Phone scams are a type of fraud which is also known as courier fraud or vishing and often targets the elderly and vulnerable. The victim receives a phone call from fraudsters who say they are from their bank or the police. They tell the victim that they are calling because there has been suspicious... read more >>
Wed 15 Oct 2014 Hate Crime Awareness Week 11-18th October Dyfed Powys Police will show its support and commitment to the National Hate Crime Awareness Week by launching a factsheet about “Mate Crime”. Hate crime can destroy lives, instil fear and can break down the fabric of our communities and neighbourhoods. Hate crime affects all communities and if not... read more >>
Tue 14 Oct 2014 Update - Gloucester Constabulary investigation concludes into Pembrokeshire County Council Following receipt of new information relating to Pembrokeshire County Council and the Public Interest report published by the Wales Audit Office early this year, Dyfed-Powys Police decided that the matters should be investigated ‘in the public interest’ to ascertain whether or not any criminal... read more >>