Welsh Affairs Committee hears from the Police and Crime Commissioners of Wales’ four police forces
Yesterday, the four Welsh Police and Crime Commissioners gave evidence to the Parliamentary Welsh Affairs Committee, chaired by Stephen Crabb MP.
Statement from the APCC Chair Donna Jones, relating to the planned protest in London this weekend
In view of the discussion relating to the planned protest in London this weekend .....
APCC responds to confirmation Nitrous Oxide will be banned from 8 November
“We welcome the ban that comes into force. At this point, it will be an offence to possess and supply nitrous oxide for the purpose of wrongful inhalation."
APCC Response to the King's Speech
“The new measures to tackle crime within the King’s Speech are designed to boost public confidence in our criminal justice system and ensure victims of crime remain at the centre of the governments focus."
APCC welcomes the positive changes to the criminal records disclosure regime
“Reducing the time a conviction remains live is an important way to enable an individual with such a background to contribute positively to their local community."
APCC Chair responds to the judge’s decision to lift anonymity for the firearms officer charged with the murder of Chris Kaba
“The judge’s decision today will inevitably draw more attention to the processes involved post the discharge of a weapon in the line of duty."