DYFED-POWYS Police’s police and crime commissioner has been quizzed on a number of issues across the police force.

Dafydd Llewelyn, the force’s police and crime commissioner, today met with the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Panel at the Chamber of Ceredigion County Council, Aberaeron.

He was questioned by the panel on shoplifting, the police force’s response to it and the increase in the crime across the country. There was also questions on the dangers of vaping and the role that police school liaison officers have in tackling the issue.

Dyfed-Powys Police’s resources to carry out enforcement of the new 20mph speed limits across the region, was also on the agenda. 

Professor Ian Roffe, chairman of the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Panel, said: “There are a lot of news stories in the press recently on policing in Dyfed Powys and we want to hear from the commissioner on the results of holding the chief constable accountable for policing actions.”

Mr Llewelyn also presented the force’s policing protocol – performance report, a deep dive report into stalking and harassment along with the office of the police and crime commissioner business plan.

The meeting took place at the Chamber of Ceredigion County Council, Aberaeron. The results of the questioning will be reported on soon.