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The latest Podcasts from Wales Safer Communities Network, exploring the broad topic of community safety in Wales with expert guests.

Episode 1: The evolving nature of community safety with Chris Davies, Chief Fire Officer

Listen to “Episode 1: The evolving nature of community safety with Chris Davies, Chief Fire Officer” on Spreaker.

Welcome to the first episode of our brand new podcast exploring community safety in Wales. Our guest this week is Chris Davies QFSM MBA, Chief Fire Officer for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service. In this episode, we talk about Chris’ leadership vision for community safety and how he’s making that happen, both within his own organisation and wider – particularly through the use of innovation.

Advice, support and additional information

  • Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) website
  • MAWWFRS Operation Dawns Glaw
  • MAWWFRS community safety advice
  • Chris’ podcast recommendation – All Blacks Podcast with Dr Nic Gill
  • Chris’ book recommendation – The Secret Barrister: Stories of the Law and How It’s Broken

If you enjoyed this episode…

Like, comment, subscribe, leave a review, and join in on the discussion via Twitter by tagging us @WalesSaferComms. If you are a Welsh speaker, you might like to listen to the corresponding Welsh language episode with Dafydd Llywelyn, Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner.

Episode 2: Speaking up! Exploring the public’s role in solving crime and the work of Crimestoppers with Ella Rabaiotti

Listen to “Episode 2: Speaking up! Exploring the public’s role in solving crime and the work of Crimestoppers with Ella Rabaiotti” on Spreaker.

Welcome to our brand new podcast series exploring community safety in Wales. Our guest this week is Ella Rabaiotti, Head of the Wales Safer Communities. In this episode, we talk about the public’s role in giving information about crime, barriers to coming forward, and how Crimestoppers helps people to speak up.

Advice, support and additional information

If you enjoyed this episode…

Like, comment, subscribe, leave a review, and join in on the discussion via Twitter by tagging us @WalesSaferComms. If you are a Welsh speaker, you might like to listen to the corresponding Welsh language episode with Mr Mansel Jones, a Crimestoppers volunteer.

Episode 3: Looking beyond the obvious – Safeguarding and community safety with British Transport Police

Listen to “Episode 3: Looking beyond the obvious – Safeguarding and community safety with British Transport Police” on Spreaker.

Welcome to our brand new podcast series exploring community safety in Wales. Our guest this week is Inspector Richard Powell, British Transport Police. In this episode, we talk about safeguarding and community safety, and protecting the vulnerable through collaborative working and looking beyond the obvious.

Advice, support and additional information

If you enjoyed this episode…

Like, comment, subscribe, leave a review, and join in on the discussion via Twitter by tagging us @WalesSaferComms. If you are a Welsh speaker, you might like to listen to the corresponding Welsh language episode with Sergeant Simon Livsey.

Episode 4: Tackling racism and hate crime – The work of Victim Support in making Wales a kinder, more inclusive place to live

Listen to “Episode 4: Tackling racism and hate crime – The work of Victim Support in making Wales a kinder, more inclusive place to live” on Spreaker.

Welcome to our brand new podcast series exploring community safety in Wales. Our guest this week is Becca Rosenthal, Training and Engagement Officer for Dyfed Powys, Victim Support Cymru. In this episode, we talk about tackling hate crime and racism, exploring the work of Victim Support and how together we can make Wales a kinder, more inclusive place to live.

Advice, support and additional information

If you enjoyed this episode…

Like, comment, subscribe, leave a review, and join in on the discussion via Twitter by tagging us @WalesSaferComms. If you are a Welsh speaker, you might like to listen to the corresponding Welsh language episode with Tom Edwards from Victim Support.