Community safety

Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence

Domestic Abuse Help and Support Services:


Substance Misuse (Drugs and Alcohol) 


  • Substance Misuse Service Gwynedd
    Bron Castell, Segontium Terrace, Caernarfon, LL55 2PH
    Phone:01248 363463
  • Substance Misuse Service Anglesey
    Isgraig Clinic, Lon Newydd, Llangefni, LL77 7PS
    Phone:01248 363461

Neighbourhood Watch 

Local Neighbourhood Watch schemes

Want to find out about your local Neighbourhood Watch group and don't know how to reach it? Just visit  and enter your postcode to find all the schemes which have registered on the website in your area.


Hate Crime 

What is Hate Crime?

Crimes committed against someone because of their disability, gender-identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation are hate crimes and should be reported to the police.

For support and to report hate crime online, visit the Victim Support website and complete their Confidential Reporting Form.

Call 999 if you’re reporting a crime that’s in progress or if someone is in immediate danger. If the crime isn’t an emergency, call 101. 

Further information about hate crime

Crime prevention advice

Preventing crime is everyone’s responsibility. Useful advice and information to help reduce and prevent crime can be found on the following websites: 


Contact your local policing team

Find out who your local neighbourhood policing team are, and where the nearest neighbourhood policing meeting is held: North Wales Police


Property register

Register your valuables for free on the UK National Property Register. Immobilise is a completely free property register that creates a secure record of your personal possessions such as laptops and mobile phones.  Further information

Register your bike

By registering and marking your bike, the chances of having it stolen are greatly reduced. Further information

Community Trigger

What is the Community Trigger?

The Community Trigger is a process which allows you (or someone acting on your behalf) to ask the Council to review our responses to complaints of anti-social behaviour. However the following 3 criteria must be met in order for an application to be made:

  1. Contact us if you have complained to the Council, Police, Health Board or Registered Provider of Social Housing, about 3 incidents of anti-social behaviour in a 6 month period.
  2.  All incidents must have occurred within 1 month of the incident being reported and you believe your complaint has not been appropriately addressed or no action has been taken. 
  3. The application to use the Community trigger is made within six months of the report of antisocial behaviour.

The trigger cannot be used to report general acts of crime, including hate crime or anti-social behaviour.


What happens next?

On receipt of a Community Trigger referral, a number of people will come together from relevant council departments and partner organisations such as North Wales Police that will look collectively at the issues you have reported.  They will also look at any actions that have been undertaken to determine if that action was adequate based on reasonable expectations and timescales. The review panel may make recommendations for further action to be taken in order to try to resolve the problem.

A response will be sent to you by The Council’s Community Safety team, explaining the action taken and suggestions on how to resolve the anti-social behaviour. 

How do I make an Application?

To request a community trigger you will need to give the following details:

  • dates of each time you’ve complained;
  • details of where you complained (name, organisation and/or reference number)
  • information about the anti-social behaviour

Complete the request form:

Request form – community trigger

And return to:

For further information, call:

  • 01286 679047

Report an Incident


Report a crime anonymously on-line or by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Crimestoppers are an independent charity helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes. You don't have to give your name or any of your personal details and they won’t trace calls or track IP addresses.

Give information anonymously online here


North Wales Police

Report a non-urgent or non-emergency incident to North Wales Police on line.

Remember always dial 999 in an emergency.

Give information online here