South Wales Police & Crime Panel (Dec '20)
The Police and Crime Commissioner is subject to scrutiny by a Police and Crime Panel, which provides…
Early intervention and prompt, positive action to help prevent problems before they escalate is at the heart of a five year plan for policing South Wales.
The plan based on close co-operation with partners in local government, the health service and the voluntary sector, as well as Welsh Government, sets out six priorities for keeping our communities safe. And it reinforces the South Wales Police vision to be the best at understanding and responding to its communities’ needs.
As the Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael has legal responsibility to set local priorities for policing and in South Wales this is done with the Chief Constable and his team, as well as listening to the views of the public and partner organisations.
Please click on the links below to download digital versions of our Police & Crime Plan but if you would prefer a printed version of the document, these can be obtained from you nearest operational police stations, the locations and opening hours of which can be found here.
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