Commissioner visits Plas Y Môr
Residents at Plas y Môr have enjoyed a visit from the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner.
As part of a packed day of visits around the town of Bury Port, Christopher Salmon spent time with the residents of our Plas Y Môr over 55’s housing scheme, chatting about crime prevention and changes to the Dyfed Powys police force, including the provision of 30 new police officer posts in the area.
The ‘Your Voice’ day included a walkabout of local shops with PC Vanessa Vaughan including Super-Photography, Brian & Sons Butchers and Llanelli and Burry Port Cycles, as well as a visit to Ysgol Glan y Môr School.
The Commissioner then held a public surgery at the Burry Port Memorial Hall and a meeting with members of the local town council.
Speaking Mr Salmon said: “This was a people-focused day for local people to air their views. As their voice in crime and policing I need to understand their thoughts and, to those who missed out, I say ‘Please contact me through my Office.
“Your Voice days are all about me gaining a greater understanding of the crime and policing needs of local people.”
Mr Salmon plans 11 more Your Voice days through 2014, right across each Dyfed-Powys county of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys.