THE POLICE and Crime Commissioner for North Wales shared his police and crime plan with Public Services’ students at Coleg Llandrillo’s Rhyl campus.

The first-year learners will soon be undertaking an exam on government policies and the protective services, and in preparation for this exam, the class have explored the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner and how the police are held accountable.

Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin shared his detailed plan with the students, and also explained how his role works, and how he takes on board what communities need in order to feel safe, whilst reducing crime.

Mr Dunbobbin invited the Public Services’ students to keep in touch with him should they have any issues, concerns or ideas for the area.

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Mr Dunbobbin was elected Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales in May 2021.

Public Services lecturer and programme leader at the Rhyl campus, Cara Baker, said: “It was great to have the Police and Crime Commissioner come into college to speak to our students.

“They got a great insight into the work he and his teams do, which will help with their exam preparations.

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“We have a close working relationship with North Wales Police, and the students value opportunities to be able to quiz officers on policing planning and strategies.”

The college’s Public Services’ courses are designed to prepare for employment in the armed forces, police, ambulance service, fire service, prison service and other community and emergency service-related organisations.