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Young Voices Conversation

Engagement with young people

The Young Voices Conversation is a joint initiative that we run with South Wales Police, providing opportunities for young people between the age of 11-25 to speak to us about policing, crime and community safety.

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Community Surveys

Seeking feedback about local policing

The Police & Crime Commissioner is responsible for seeking feedback from the public about matters relating to policing in South Wales. This includes proposals in relation to setting the police precept for South Wales Police and understanding people’s views and experiences in relation to local policing.

Walkabouts and Events

Community Outreach

To enable residents to speak directly to the Commissioner and members of the team, we organise and attend a variety of engagement activities so that the Commissioner is visible and accessible to the community.

Picture of the Commissioner's mascot, holding a Welsh flag.

Dewi the Dragon

Police & Crime Commissioner's Mascot

Dewi is the Commissioner's mascot and is a friendly dragon who enjoys listening and talking to people.

Latest Updates

Stay informed with our latest news page for the most recent updates and developments.

All news

2024/25 Precept approved by Police and Crime Panel

Image of PCC Alun Michael and others at the TACKLE after Dark event in Pyle, Bridgend.

Commissioner visits Bridgend to see how ‘urban rugby’ is kicking asb into touch