Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel to meet with the Commissioner on 27 October

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The Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel is due to meet with Dafydd Llewelyn, Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner during the Panel’s next meeting at the Chamber of Ceredigion County Council, Aberaeron at 10.30am on Friday, 27 October.

On the agenda for Friday’s meeting are questions by the Panel to the Commissioner which will touch upon the issues of shoplifting, its increase nationally and Dyfed Powys Police’s response to the problem. The Police and Crime Commissioner will also be quizzed on the dangers posed to young people by vaping and the role that police school liaison officers have in tackling this issue. The Panel will also ask Dafydd Llewelyn about the Police’s resources to carry out enforcement of the new 20mph speed limits within Dyfed and Powys.

The Police and Crime Commissioner will also present the Force’s Policing Protocol – Performance Report, a Deep Dive Report into Stalking and Harassment along with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Business Plan.

Chair of the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel, Professor Ian Roffe said:

“There are a lot of news stories in the press recently on policing in Dyfed Powys and we want to hear from the Commissioner on the results of holding the Chief Constable accountable for policing actions.”

The Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel will meet at the Chamber of Ceredigion County Council, Aberaeron at 10.30am on Friday, 27 October.

Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel scrutinises and supports the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner.  The Panel is made up of members nominated by the four councils in the force area: CarmarthenshireCeredigionPembrokeshire and Powys; and at least two independent members. Carmarthenshire County Council is the lead authority for the Panel.

Visit www.dppoliceandcrimepanel.wales for more information about the Panel, its membership, forthcoming meeting dates, agendas and webcasting links, as well as submitting questions for the Panel to put to the Commissioner.

Questions can be submitted online, or in writing at DPPandCrimepanel@carmarthenshire.gov.uk at least 10 days before a meeting.