Witness of Park Hall Robbery Urged to Come Forward

Police are appealing for a woman who might have witnessed a robbery in Carmarthen to come forward with information. Dyfed-Powys Police is investigating a robbery which took place in Park Hall at around 10pm on Monday, January 28. The victim, a 37-yea…

31 January 2019

POLICE PREPARING FOR EXPECTED SNOW

Dyfed-Powys Police is making preparations ahead of snow predicted to affect Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys from Thursday afternoon (January 31) through to late Friday (February 1). The force is expecting demand for their assista…

30 January 2019

Statement following conclusion of inquest into the death of Mr Meirion James

Assistant Chief Constable of Dyfed-Powys Police, Vicki Evans, said: “On behalf of Dyfed-Powys Police, I want to express my sincere sympathy to Mr James’ family and friends who have had to go through an extended period of distress to reach this point.…

24 January 2019

“Safest force status will not make us complacent”, Dyfed-Powys Police vows

Dyfed-Powys Police has vowed not to become complacent to new and emerging crime types, despite being ranked the safest place to live in England and Wales when it comes to victim-based offences. The force has the lowest number of victim-based crimes,…

24 January 2019

Five New CCTV Cameras are live and recording in Tenby

Five new state of the art CCTV cameras have been installed and are live and recording at Tenby, Pembrokeshire. The five cameras are located at High Street, South Parade, Tudor Square, St George St and Upper Frog Street.  A sixth camera will soon be i…

22 January 2019

Police update following incident at Lidl, Haverfordwest Friday 11th January

“Dyfed-Powys Police responded to an incident at Lidl, in Haverfordwest, at around 6.30pm on Friday 11th January 2019, where a woman was reported to have been acting suspiciously, having approached a young child, which was distressing for the child. “…

12 January 2019

Dyfed-Powys Police hosts first Modern Day Slavery Investigator course in Wales

Modern slavery is real, and it’s happening in our communities. It is on the rise in Wales. It’s an unseen crime, where the victims can be men, women and children of all ages, and it preys on the most vulnerable. Due to the hidden nature of slavery an…

10 January 2019

Force bids farewell to Deputy Chief Constable

Deputy Chief Constable Darren Davies retires from Dyfed-Powys Police after serving two years with the force and 30 years with the Police Service.   Darren was born and brought up in the force area, having begun his policing career when he joined Dyfe…

04 January 2019

Attendance at illegal gathering near Tregaron

Dyfed-Powys Police was made aware of a large gathering at a location near Tregaron  at around 11pm on Monday December 31. Officers swiftly attended the area, where the gathering was well underway. The number of people involved and the safety aspects…

01 January 2019