North Police Force’s Public Community Support Officers, Lona and Elliw, conducted patrols across the rural communities in Gwynedd South.
As per the update shared by the official Facebook page of Gwynedd South Police, both officers patrol the streets of Gwynedd South to ensure the safety and security of people living across the area.
The Police, while sharing this piece of information, also added that it is hard for force to find anything suspicious during the middle of the night.
Gwynedd South Police urged people across Gwynedd South to take care of their high-value items and lock all vehicles so that opportunists or any thief could not be able to take anything.
Police advised people across the area to report immediately if they saw anything suspicious happening across the region.
Gwynedd South Police added, “In the dark, it can be harder to spot anyone acting suspiciously. Make sure to secure high-value items and lock all vehicles so opportunists cannot take anything.”
“If you see any suspicious behaviour, please report it immediately to the Police.”
Recently North Wales Police extended warm wishes to the people of Wales on the occasion of ‘Welsh Language Rights Day ‘as the public establishments across Wales are holding a big campaign to spread awareness among the people about their language rights.
As per the information shared by the North Wales Police, Welsh Language Rights Day in Wales is celebrated on 7 December 2022.
North Wales Police shared information on their official Facebook: “Today, Wednesday, 7 December, is Welsh Language Rights Day, where public establishments across Wales are holding a big campaign to raise awareness of the public’s rights to use Welsh.”
In order to raise awareness among the people of North Wales, the North Wales Police Police also added that people across Wales can talk freely in Welsh over the phone.
People across Wales can also write atom by letter, social media or email in Welsh. They can get information in Welsh or English through the bilingual website of North Wales Police.
People across Wales can make a noise in Welsh or English if they see something wrong happening around them.
North Wales Police, while sharing information, added that they could apply for a job and go through the recruitment process through the medium Welsh.