Proactive Police Initiatives and Young People – Crimebeat North Wales

Proactive Police Initiatives and Young People – Crimebeat North Wales

Crimebeat North Wales is a charity working in North Wales to contribute to community initiatives that make North Wales a better place for everyone to live. Crimebeat has a special focus on young people below the age of twenty five. Livetech are proad to be involved in the development of a new website for Crimebeat. The site gives a great overview of recent initiatives, what great work young people have engaged in and other useful resources. Crimebeat is a national scheme overseen by the  High Sheriffs www.highsheriffs.com. The historic office of the High Sheriff is one of the most ancient in the country. Sheriffs have been appointed by the Monarch for each shire or county as the sovereign’s representative for all matters relating to the judiciary for over 1,000 years (think Sheriff of Nottingham, not ‘I shot the Sheriff’ ! There are two High Sheriffs in North Wales, the High Sheriff of Gwynedd is Professor R G Grove-White. The High Sheriff of Clwyd is E F L FitzHugh Esq OBE. You can read more about the high sheriff of Clwyd on his own...