Westminster accused of ‘contempt for democracy’ over plans to change Police and Crime Commissioner election system
Plaid Cymru North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner candidate, Ann Griffith, has today (17 March) said that the UK Government’s plans to change the voting system for PCC elections show a “contempt for our democracy”.
Penally: Home Office failures must not be brushed under the carpet
The UK Government have today (16 March) said that the Home Office has agreed to return Penally camp, in Pembrokeshire, to the Ministry of Defence by 21 March. Plaid Cymru had been campaigning to close the camp due to widely reported health, safety, and human rights concerns.
How the pain of my son’s murder gave me the determination to fight injustice
Being a Police and Crime Commissioner had never occurred to me nor been on my radar, it wasn’t a position I had given a second thought to. That day I was told that my son Conner, had been attacked and injured in the most horrific way will haunt me forever.
Dafydd Llywelyn seeks re-election as Police Commissioner
In a statement today Dafydd Llywelyn has officially announced his intention to stand for re-election as the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Dyfed Powys Police area.
25P A WEEK INCREASE HELPS POLICE BOSS RAMP UP CACKDOWN ON OLINE CRIMINALS AND DRUGS GANGS
A police boss has unveiled plans for a 25p a week increase in the cost of policing to help him ramp up the crackdown on online sexual predators and county lines drugs gangs.