New survey helps young people to shape future of Policing in Dyfed Powys.

Hafan Cymru are delighted to be working with the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner and Hywel Dda Health Board to engage young people with the future of policing in the region. Hafan Cymru is hosting consultations and a survey seeking young people’s views on policing, crime and health that will ensure that the views of young people are heard. This work builds on the existing work of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Forum, established in 2018.

If you are aged 14-25 living in Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion or Powys, you can access the survey at:

Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn said:

“Engaging with young people is a passion of mine, and I always enjoy listening to young people and encouraging them to influence my work as Commissioner. In addition to visiting youth groups and schools across the region, the past 12 months has seen my Youth Forum develop significantly. I made the decision to commission Hafan Cymru to work alongside my Youth Forum so that we can reach out and hear the views of more young people, especially the harder to reach. And to make this as meaningful as possible, I asked Hywel Dda Health Board to work with me on youth engagement too, to make sure we’re working more closely to effectively hear what young people have to say. We are delighted to work alongside experienced local practitioners, and I am excited today to launch our youth consultation which we hope will enable hundreds of young people to participate, the results of which will help inform the future relationship between young people and the police”.


If you work with young people in the Dyfed Powys region and would like Hafan Cymru to capture their views please contact 01267 22556