POLICE will have free crime prevention packs available for residents of Rhyl within a specific area of the town.

From next week, residents will be entitled to a pack containing Smart Water, a forensic property marking liquid, worth £60.

North Wales Police is also holding drop-in events next week, where eligible residents can collect their free pack containing the forensic property marking liquid.

These will be at the ASK Centre, Water Street, between 2-7pm on February 13 and 15.

Partner agencies including Crimestoppers, Welsh Water and more will also be available at the sessions.


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This stems from the Safer Streets Funding, part of a Home Office fund which allows local authorities and police to invest in crime prevention initiatives.

The area of Rhyl concerned has received a portion of this year’s funding.

To be eligible to claim your crime prevention pack, you will need to bring two forms of ID which includes proof of address, and some personal ID, such as a driving licence or passport.

Safer Streets areas:

  • Bath Street
  • Bedford Street
  • Bodfor Street
  • Brighton Road
  • Church Street
  • Clwyd Street
  • Crescent Road
  • Crescent Square
  • East Parade
  • Edward Henry Street
  • Elwy Street
  • Fairfield Avenue
  • High Street
  • Kings Avenue
  • Kinmel Street
  • South Kinmel Street
  • West Kinmel Street
  • Market Street
  • Morlan Park
  • Morley Road
  • Paradise Street
  • Princes Street
  • Queen Street
  • Russell Road
  • Sussex Lane
  • Sussex Street
  • Thorpe Street
  • Vaughan Street
  • Water Street
  • Wellington Road
  • West Parade
  • Windsor Street