Sergeant Craig Morgan

PC Cheryl Rudge

PCSO Helen Scott

PCSO Jason Hawkins

Inspector Gwyndaf Bowen

PC Mark Keane

PC Jeff Cahalane

Local Policing Priorities

Local area: Dyfed-Powys Police whole force

Date agreed: 01 August 2018

Action

Priority August – September 2018

Op Heirloom

Domestic Abuse awareness

In Dyfed-Powys police we have identified that our reports of domestic abuse are higher during the summer than any other time of year. Visitor numbers throughout summer month’s increase within Dyfed-Powys and this will inevitability impact upon us.

In response to this throughout August and September we will be running a force wide operation, Op Heirloom. Some of the aims of the operation are to:

  • Safeguard the community and protect those most vulnerable.
  • Hold perpetrators accountable at every opportunity.
  • Protect Victims & Children from serious harm

Neighbourhood policing teams will raise awareness of the subject within our communities.

We will support this making it a priority for the period. Our Neighbourhood policing team will be visiting campsites, tourist attractions and the night-time economy, to talk to people about domestic abuse.

As well as talking to people about domestic abuse we have specially trained domestic abuse officers and staff working in the background targeting known offenders and protecting vulnerable people using all the powers available to them.

This includes disclosures through a scheme called Clare’s Law. It allows victims or potential victims of domestic abuse to be made aware of a partner’s violent past.

SIGNS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE

  • Domestic abuse is not only violence. It can be physical, sexual, emotional or financial abuse, threats and causing damage to property. These are all ways of controlling someone

 

  • One partner seems afraid of the other, or very anxious to please him or her

 

  • One partner often criticises or humiliates the other in front of other people

 

  • You can see physical injuries (bruises, broken bones, sprains, cuts etc) and may have been given unlikely explanation for their injuries

 

  • One partner is reluctant to leave children with the other partner.

 

ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WHO WITNESS DOMESTIC ABUSE

  • To report domestic abuse call police on 101. If you’re reporting to police as abuse is happening call 999 for an immediate response.

 

  • Don’t be afraid to report anything that concerns you. It’s not interfering and could really help someone at risk of domestic abuse

 

  • Your phone call or support could make a real difference.

 

SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE

  • To report domestic abuse call police on 101. If you’re reporting to police as abuse is happening call 999 for an immediate response.

 

  • Call the abuse and violence helpline Live Fear Free helpline on 0808 8010 800

 

  • Download the free Brightsky app – it’s full of information and has a secret setting to help protect your privacy

 

  • Visit dyfed-powys.police.uk/ClaresLaw to learn about a scheme where you can find out if your current or potential partner has a history of abuse or violence.

Local Events

Surgeries

Venue: Hay Library, Chancery lane

Date / time: 27 Sep 2018 - 10:00

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Venue: Hay Library, Chancery lane

Date / time: 25 Oct 2018 - 10:00

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Venue: Hay Library, Chancery lane

Date / time: 29 Nov 2018 - 10:00

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Local Notices

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Cylchlythyr mis Mehefin

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Negeseuon Nadolig

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Neges Nadolig

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Segway a Byrddau Hofran: Y Gyfraith

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BARNWCH EICH GWASANAETH LLEOL

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Dathliadau Nos Galan Gaeaf a Noson Guto Ffowc

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During the Halloween and Bonfire celebrations, officers are increasing in their communities to reassure people and to enable us to react quickly to anyone who uses Halloween or bonfire night as an excuse to commit anti-social behaviour.

 

Some of our residents do worry when trick or treaters knock the door. While we do not want to spoil people’s enjoyment, we also don’t want it to get out of hand and cause people to feel threatened in their own home.

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Cadw Llygad ar Gyflymder

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We are looking for volunteers for the Community Speedwatch Scheme in the Hay on Wye area. Please see the attached Vetting Form if interested.

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Cŵn ar Caeau Chwarae Talgarth

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Talgarth Community Council have reinstated a bylaw where there are no dogs allowed on the playing fields. Anyone found with their dog on the fields would be liable to a fine of £75.

Please see attached document. 

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Ffair Aeaf y Gelli Gandryll

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The Hay on Wye Winter Fair will take place between the dates 25th - 27th November 2016.

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Ceir yn teithio ar gyflymder yn Felindre.

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Felindre Community Council would like to highlight the problem of cars travelling at high speed past the Harp Public House.

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Lladradau Defaid

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There have been increased reports from the farming community about theft of sheep. Police are keen to take positive action and bring the offenders to justice.

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Ymgyrch SANTA

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With Christmas fast approaching we’re launching our annual Operation SANTA (Safe and Nice to All).

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system negeseuon cymunedol

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Please click on www.dpcm.co.uk to join our community messaging system, stay informed of what is happening in your area.

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Galwadau Sgam yn Targedu ein Cymunedau

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Be Aware of Scam Calls - Please be aware of local scams which often increase during this time of the year, NEVER pass your bank details to anyone over the phone your bank will NEVER ask for this from you, also rebates from HMIC or other companies will not make contact by phone, PLEASE be vigilant.

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Saturday 7th July 2018 - 11am - 4pm

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Brecon Police Station Open Day

Brecon Police Station is opening its doors to the public this summer.

Police in the town are holding an open day on Saturday, July 7.

Between the hours of 11am and 4pm members of the public are invited to visit the station where they will have opportunity to take a tour around the police vehicles including the mobile police station, a riot van, patrols cars, a police tractor and a Go Safe speed van.

Visitors will be able to take a guided tour of the station’s custody suite and sit in a cell. There will be plenty of activities to keep children entertained including face painting, sports activities and police dress-up.

Local officers and staff will be there to speak to visitors about any concerns they may have around crime in the town. There will also be officers from specialist police departments including the dog section, firearms, Specials on horses, as well as other partner agencies and emergency services.

Chief Inspector Rhiannon Ivens said: “We’re looking forward to opening our doors to visitors for Brecon Police Station’s Open Day on Saturday, July 7.

“Holding an open day will provide an informal way for people to come and meet officers and staff, get a behind the scenes look at policing and build positive relationships with their local policing team.

 “It will allow visitors to meet their local police team, get some crime prevention advice and have a say on where we should be focussing our future patrols in the town.

 “I do hope the Brecon community will support this event and I look forward to meeting lots of new faces on Saturday, July 7.”

Refreshments will be available throughout the day.

For more information contact Ps 960 Pitt at Brecon Police Station on 101.

Email: adele.pitt@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk

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Contact The Team

Email

HayNPT@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk

This email address is for Neighbourhood Policing issues only. For all other enquiries please use:

ContactCentre@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk

Telephone

101 (01267 222020 outside Dyfed-Powys)

If you know who you want to speak to at a station, ask for them by name and station and staff will check for you and connect you if they are available, or take a message. In case of emergency you should phone 999.

Local Police Stations

Heol-y-Dwr
Hay-on-Wye
Powys
HR3 5AS

Telephone

Non-Emergency Number 101 (01267 222020 outside Dyfed-Powys)

If you know who you want to speak to at a station, ask for them by name and station and staff will check for you and connect you if they are available, or take a message.

In case of emergency you should phone 999.

Front Counter Opening Hours

Dyfed-Powys Police does not routinely provide an enquiry office service at this station.

Did you know?

The Welsh Government funds 500 Community Support Officers across Wales, over 70 in our force area.