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WRU support CSE Campaign

Sporting heroes from the Welsh national rugby squad have given their support to an all Wales campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation.

Working with North Wales Police players from the current Wales squad have produced two short films, in English and Welsh, aimed at making people more aware of the tell-tale signs that...

The Domestic Abuse Disclosure Scheme -  Clare’s Law

A scheme that gives people the ability to find out if their partner, or potential partner, has a history of abuse or violence is being launched in the Dyfed Powys Police force area today, Saturday 8th March.

The scheme, known as Clare’s Law, also allows others with concerns...

Dyfed Powys Police is reminding members of the agricultural community to clean up and remove any mud left behind by their machinery.
The reminder comes at a time when the force traditionally receives a high volume of complaints from the public about mud being left on roads by tractors. This is an issue during spring and autumn when farmers...

Dyfed-Powys Police is raising awareness of Domestic Abuse with the launch of Operation Baltic to help ensure vulnerable members of our community stay safe. The aim of the initiative, is to improve police response and subsequent investigation of all reports of Domestic Abuse – and ultimately support prosecutions.

Domestic abuse is any...

Officers in Radnorshire have launched a new scheme aimed at dealing with the problem of identifying the owners of straying animals on Radnorshire roads.

Dyfed Powys Police regularly receives calls from passing motorists reporting stray livestock on roads in Radnorshire and officers always attend such calls if duties allow.