South Wales Police & Crime Panel (Jan)
The Police and Crime Commissioner is subject to scrutiny by a Police and Crime Panel, which provides…
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Citizens in policing is an umbrella term for the 500,000 plus volunteers who support the police either directly or indirectly nationally.
Within South Wales Police there are a range of exciting volunteering opportunities as a:
There are also opportunities to support the Police and Crime Commissioner to hold the Force to account by independently checking how they care for the people in their custody and their working animals (dogs and horses), by volunteering for the:
Volunteers can also get involved in community based initiatives to support South Wales Police, and help keep our communities safe. You can get involved through the following two schemes:
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