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‘Rural crime is a priority’

Created on 12/09/2016 @ 08:51
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Newly elected Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn has met with local formers for the first time to reassure them that the fight against rural crime remains a priority.

The meeting was hosted by FUW Montgomeryshire County Chairman Mark Williams and his wife Helen at Pen y Derw, Forden, and provided an opportunity for farmers to highlight some of the rural crimes they have experienced, as well as strengthening the relationship between the police force and rural community.

It was a first for the new commissioner since his win in May and a chance for him to return to his roots having lived in Meifod as a child.

FUW Montgomeryshire County Executive Officer Emyr Wyn Davies said: “Mr Llewelyn gave us a brief introduction to his role and as Dyfed Powys has got the most rural areas in Wales, we were keen to discuss some issues of concern with him. It was a very positive meeting and we look forward to forging stronger relationships with the police force here in the county.”

PICTURE: FUW Montgomeryshire members raise rural crime issues with Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn.



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