South Wales Police launch ‘Young Voices Conversation’

Providing young people with opportunities to give feedback about policing and community safety.

South Wales Police is trying to improve engagement with young persons aged between 14 and 25 who may not usually speak to police from minority and hard to reach groups.

Their Young Voices Conversation aims to provide a regular forum for representative groups of young people who will be invited to question and comment on policing and safety issues, speaking to police leaders and other organisations about the issues that impact on their everyday lives.

Their aim is that by providing an open forum for young people, they can encourage a cross section of individuals to be a part of these important conversations. They would like varied opinions and life
experiences to be voiced and taken into account.

What can attendees expect if they join us at our Young Voices Conversation?

  • Their Young Voices Conversation will be held three times a year in community venues across the South Wales Police Force area;
  • The events will be held on a weekday from approximately 5pm and will last around two hours;
  • Refreshments will be provided for all attendees;
  • Topics of discussion will be based on the issues that youth organisations and groups suggest to them, as well as topics that the Commissioner and South Wales Police would like to raise and seek
    feedback on;
  • There will also be an opportunity to visit stalls of local organisations and police departments to find out more about their work.

You can find out more information here.

To find out more information about how to get involved, E:


  • Third Sector Support Wales
  • PQASSO Quality Mark
  • Welsh Government
  • Investing in Volunteers
  • Lottery Community Fund
  • Disability Confident
  • Bridgend County Borough Council