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That priority to manage offenders was further embedded in 2010 when all CSPs were given a statutory duty to reduce reoffending, by both adult and young offenders.
The benefits of working with our top offenders are clear – if we target those that commit the most crime, we will reduce crime levels – and the impact that offending has on our communities.
Arthur Morgan Rees, police officer and rugby player: born Llangadog, Carmarthenshire 20 November 1912; Chief Constable for Denbighshire 1957- 64, for Staffordshire 1964-77; OBE 1963, CBE 1974; QPM 1970; married 1943 Dorothy Webb (died 1988; one daughter); died .
“Operation Almond is a police investigation into allegations of physical and sexual abuse of children at Rhydygors School in Carmarthen during the years spanning 1976 to 1986, and Cartref-Y-Gelli between 19.
" To his delight, Arthur, or Mr Rees as he was called by his pack, quickly gave the go-ahead to hatch the dressing room plan and the Welsh forwards all got stuck into the New Zealanders.
I was best man at Arthur's wedding and he was best man at mine and we had some great fun over the years.
Agencies in Carmarthenshire recently got together to discuss the opportunity they have to transform the lives of offenders in Carmarthenshire, with the launch of the Integrated Offender Management Scheme (IOM).
The launch invited other partners to learn about our work and look at new opportunities to address the root causes of offending.”Cllr Pam Palmer, Deputy Leader and Executive Board Member for Carmarthenshire Community Safety Partnership advised that “Offender management has been a key priority of the Carmarthenshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP) since we formed a multi-agency Steering Group in 2006 to tackle our most prolific priority offenders.
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