Special Constables are volunteer police officers. They undertake valuable work and form a vital link between the regular force and their local communities. Special Constables wear the same uniform and hold the same powers of arrest as a regular officer.
The role of the Special Constable is to assist and support the regular force in meeting local policing needs. They are an important part of the police service and have a vital role to play in the future of policing.
Find out more my clicking here: http://www.north-wales.police.uk/recruitment.aspx
There have been a number of reports of bogus callers trying to gain access to care Homes and Domiciliary Agencies.
In some cases they have posed as Inspectors or even “New Staff” coming on to start a shift. One incident happened in the middle of the night!
The Care and Social Service Inspectorate Wales is advising everyone to be extra vigilant and if there is any doubt regarding their ID to phone their care service provider or police.
Keep aware of who you open your door to and BE SAFE!
This is a video that was made when I visited the Police Helicopter Base in Rhuddlan some time ago.
They were very accomodating and it was very informative.
Do you care about the way our diverse communities are policed? Would you like to help North Wales Police in their drive to engage and listen to diverse communities here in North Wales?
If the answer is “Yes” and you celebrate living in a diverse community, perhaps you’d like to join North Wales Police’s Diversity Independent Advisory Group.
The group act as a “critical friend” to NWP and give policy advice as well as giving a lay perspective on police incidents and they are looking for more advisors to join this well established group. They need members who have knowledge of groups or communities that are traditionally under-represented in society.
If you think you can help NWP understand the community it polices and would enjoy being part of a team that has a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, then please contact the Diversity unit on 01745588483 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a picture of me and my good friend, WPC Chloe Davies.
Chloe is the Diversity and Liaison Officer for the Central Division of North Wales Police. She has been a great help to me with many of the campaigns I get involved with.
If you find yourself needing to contact her, her number is 01745 588449.
She works out of the Rhuddlan Police Station.