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Engaging with young people

The Commissioner is committed to providing young people with opportunities to give us their views about policing issues that affect them and their communities.


Throughout the year, the Commissioner speaks to young people about his role and the work of the team. These opportunities enable the Commissioner to not only promote his role and the work delivered by the team, but to also encourage a two-way conversation with young people about policing and his approaches to reducing and tackling crime.

In addition to this, the Commissioner's team also facilitate and attend workshops with young people to speak to them about their experiences and feedback of policing and community safety issues.

Most recently, we have established our #Young Voices Conversation with South Wales Police. 


Our Young Voices Conversation forum aims to provide opportunities for young people living South Wales, aged between 11-25, to regularly engage with the Commissioner and South Wales Police and provide feedback about policing and community safety. 

We are excited to be launching our first Young Voices Conversation on Tuesday 1st December 2020.


More information about our Young Voices Conversation forum is available below

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