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This is a thread for the local Police to post News & Announcements relating to Policing Issues in the Three Towns Area. Please could all Members post their comments/questions etc in the separate 'Policing Issues Discussion' thread and not post in this thread please.

PC Mike Smith:
Many Thanks to Dave and Ian for setting this up again.I am hoping to get more local officers involved so that there are representatives on here for each area within the "Three Towns". Please feel free to post any questions or issues you would like answering in the Discussion thread and i will pose the question to whichever Officer covers the area in which you live.

We will endeavour to answer all questions and issues honestly and openly and as quickly as possible usually at the end of our shifts or in our off duty time.

For any matters which you feel are sensitive please send me a personal message.

Worthy of immediate note is the recent rise of break ins to Vehicles in the Deganwy and Llandudno Junction area.Residents are urged to make sure that all windows and doors are shut and locked, nothing of any value should be left on display, alarm or/and immobiliser activated. All common sense stuff really but worth double checking when parking your vehicle for the night.One of the common methods used by Car Criminals is checking the windscreen for the circular suction marks left by Sat Navs and then breaking into the car to find the Sat Nav on alot of occasions hidden under the seat or in the glovebox.It is definitely worth dismantling the sat nav, taking it out of the car and give the windscreen a wipe so there are no visible marks.

Its Good to be back

PC Mike Smith
Gogarth and Craig-y-Don Community Beat Manager

PC Mike Smith:
This may be of interest to families in the area.

North Wales Police will open its doors to the public for the first time.

Come along and bring the family to a fun-filled day

 Saturday 10th September
 11 am - 4 pm, last entry 3 .30 pm

* Free admission
* See the police helicopter and team (weather permitting)
* Have your fingerprints taken and climb inside a real police car
* Learn about different specialist police departments.
* Take a look at our police memorabilia.
* Children’s activities to include face painting and bouncy castle
  and loads more
* Come and join us at North Wales Police Headquarters in Colwyn Bay.
   No admission before 11am, last entry 3.30pm
   Parking available on a first come first served basis
   Disabled parking and wheelchair access
   No dogs permitted on site, except guide dogs
   Food available on site; cash only.

PC Mike Smith:
Police are urging people to look at their home security following a spate of burglaries in the Rhos-on-Sea area.

 The past three months has seen an increase in reported house burglaries in and around Rhos-on-Sea.

 In a bid to prevent opportunist thieves, police want to encourage the public to ensure they review their security and keep doors and windows locked.

 Inspector Ian Verburg said: "Some arrests have been made and investigations are on going. We are working hard to disrupt offenders, to bring them to justice and thus reduce offences.”

 He added: “As well as having specialist investigators working on the offences reported, additional patrols are being carried out in the area."

 Police would also urge anyone witnessing any suspicious activity in the Rhos-on-Sea area to contact them on 101, or 0845 6071001 (Welsh line), 0845 6071002 (English line) or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

PC Mike Smith:
Fantastic response to the door to door surveys on the Great Orme.Will post results on the forum once they have all been collated.Thanks to all who took the time to complete them. I will be working with other agencies to address the issues raised and will post all plans on here for discussion.


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