Sergeant Suzanne Lloyd

PCSO James Rosser

Local Policing Priorities

Local area: Llanfair Caereinion

Date agreed: 07 November 2018


There have been a series of thefts and opportunist burglaries in our rural communities, with gardening tools and other high value items being targeted. Highly visible and proactive patrols are being undertaken in order to identify/arrest offenders and deter further criminal activity. Llanfair Caereinion Neighbourhood Policing Team are reminding residents to be increasingly vigilant and to report any activity they suspect to be suspicious through 101 or 999.

Date agreed: 07 November 2018


Much of the Dyfed-Powys Police area is very beautiful, peaceful and idyllic and it covers some very rich and diverse wildlife habitats. However, the area is subject to many pressures not least of which are crimes against wildlife. The responsibility for the enforcement of the laws protecting our wildlife rests with the police service. Examples of wildlife crime could include badger baiting, trapping of live birds, habitat destruction or damage.

As with any type of crime we rely on the assistance of the public and agencies to enable us to detect offences and prosecute offenders. You can help us by being our eyes and ears. Wildlife criminals are often involved in other types of crime. Your call may lead police to uncover all sorts of illegal activity. If you see someone committing wildlife offences, do not put yourself in risk of danger but try to gather as much information as possible particularly vehicle registration numbers and descriptions of those involved.

Please contact us as incidents are taking place via 101 or 999. Try to describe your location the best you can and consider using grid references.

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‘Tis the season to be jolly but Dyfed-Powys Police is asking party-goers to also know their limits and drink sensibly.

Everyone likes to enjoy themselves at Christmas, but each year police deal with a minority of revellers who don’t know when to stop. This can often lead to problems such as anti-social behaviour and crime including violent crime, domestic abuse and drink driving offences.

We don’t want to spoil people’s enjoyment at this time of year, but we ask that party-goers consider the effects excessive drinking can have on themselves and others and drink within their limits. Alcohol can make people behave in ways they never normally would.

Police in Welshpool are urging people to watch the sobering short film of Paul Pugh, a victim of alcohol-fuelled violence, prior to going on their Christmas night out.

The film, which starts with the 999 call made to emergency services after the attack, which occurred outside the Old Cross Inn in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, forms part of the #PaulsPledge campaign.


If you or someone you know has a disability or illness that makes it difficult to communicate, consider joining the Dyfed Powys Police Pegasus Scheme.

It is a service designed to make it easier for people to contact police quickly and easily either on the phone or face to face.

Upon registration, a member is given a Pegasus key fob and a password.

The caller will only have to say ‘Pegasus’ and give their password to be identified by our call handlers. They will then have access to that person’s information and how best to communicate with that person.

Pegasus users are also provided with a Pegasus key fob to carry, so that if they are approached by Officers/PCSOs and find it difficult to communicate with them they can show their key fob and provide their password to allow police to help them.

For more information about the Pegasus Scheme ask your local Neighbourhood Policing Team, follow this link – Pegasus Scheme - or call 101.

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