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EXPOSED: New police helicopter service is failing Dyfed Powys

86 per cent of January's air support requests were not honoured

Plaid Cymru issues blistering attack on Police Commissioner as it reveals air support has been REFUSED.

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Plaid unveils programme for 'a strong, just and safe wales'

Plaid Cymru candidates and members gathered in Carmarthen to launch the party's manifesto for the upcoming Police and Crime Commissioners election on May 5th - the same day as the Assembly election.

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"Enough is enough." Dyfed Powys Police desperate for leadership, says Plaid

Dyfed Powys Police, its residents and workforce are desperate for new and competent leadership – that was the comment of Plaid Cymru's candidate to be the new Police and Crime Commissioner, Dafydd Llywelyn, who was responding to yet another critical report from HM Inspectorate of Constabulary.

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Legal Aid climbdown a ‘victory against centralisation'

The decision by the Westminster Government not to continue with the process of centralising Legal Aid services into regional contracts has been welcomed by campaigners in rural Wales.

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Crown Prosecution Service budget cuts are a threat to our communities

Plaid Cymru's Police and Crime Commissioner candidate pledges to fight against Tory cuts to the Crown Prosecution Service.

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Dafydd responds to police precept “election gimmick” freeze

The former Principal Crime and Intelligence Analyst for Dyfed Powys Police force, and Plaid Cymru’s candidate to be our new Police and Crime Commissioner, Dafydd Llywelyn, has said an efficient and effective policing model is possible with a change of leadership in May’s election.

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'Dyfed Powys Police ‘Requires Improvement’ – HM Inspectorate of Constabulary Report

Plaid Cymru has criticised cuts to support staff in Dyfed Powys Police, as a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) has rated the force as ‘requiring improvement’.

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