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Young Voices Conversation

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Our Young Voices Conversation forum aims to provide opportunities for young people aged between 11-25 living in the South Wales Police force area, to regularly engage with the Commissioner and South Wales Police about policing and community safety. Our aim is that by providing an open forum for young people, we can encourage a cross section of individuals to be a part of these important conversations.

Through establishing this forum, we want to encourage and empower young people to:

  • Have their voice heard and express their views
  • Share their ideas and suggestions with us
  • Speak directly with the Police and Crime Commissioner and his team, the police and other organisations.
  • Share their personal knowledge, awareness and experience of community issues.
  • Work with us in developing creative and positive solutions for young people

To find out more information about our Young Voices Conversation and how you can get involved, read our Information Pack below: 

Young Voices Conversation - Information Pack 

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