You can read Christopher Salmons draft plan on how he aims to combat crime as Dyfed Powys' Police and Crime Commissioner by clicking here.pdf)
The PCC for Dyfed Powys is unveiling his plan to tackle crime across the patch. Christopher Salmon will publish details of his vision to tackle crime later today. The plan sets out six key priorities to keep people safe, improve trust and save money.
It sets out the direction of police work for the next five years.
Gwent's PCC Ian Johnston will unveil his police and crime plan later.
The key aims are:
- To reduce victims of crime and increase the number of offenders brought to justice
- To increasing public confidence in the police
- To reduce anti-social behaviour
- To reduce serious violent crime
- Increase value for money
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Ian Johnston, says his police and crime plan will give Gwent residents a clearer picture of his work.
– Ian Johnston, Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner
The police and crime plan enables residents of Gwent to see in greater detail what they can expect from me, their Police Commissioner, during my time in office.
I have listened to concerns raised by residents and victims of crime in the many communities I have visited since I took up the post, and this is my chance to explain what I am going to do tackle those concerns.
I pledge to put victims at the heart of everything I do, and ensure that people in Gwent are less affected by crime and anti social behaviour.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Ian Johnston, is launching his police and crime plan. He will make the announcement at a Project Bernie event at Bargoed Rugby Club.
The event aims to raise awareness of the dangers of deliberately setting grass and mountain fires, reducing anti-social behaviour, and protecting the environment.