Posted: Wed 25th Mar 2020

Updated: Wed 25th Mar

“We’re urging the public to do their part by staying home and encouraging friends and family to do the same” for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2020

Wrexham’s policing team are calling on members of the public to listen to the government guidelines and stay at home unless absolutely necessary.

Officers will carrying out patrols in the coming day and offering advice to members of the community.

PC Dave Smith of Wrexham Neighbourhood Policing team said: “The message is clear, stay at home.

“Ignoring government advice has serious consequences for all of us and risks the lives of your family and friends.

“We are aware that some people are not following social distancing advice. We are urging the public to do their part by staying home and encouraging friends and family to do the same.

“We will be patrolling Wrexham to advise members of the community to please stay home and we will also be following advice by keeping our distance too.’

“We are all in this together and we need your support more than ever. Reduce demand on our emergency services and help save lives. By doing this you really will make a difference.

“The public can be assured that police will continue to provide assistance, reassurance and a top quality policing service.”


• Stay at home
• Only go outside for food, health reasons or essential work that cannot be done from home
• Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
• Wash your hands as soon as you get home

For advice do not call the police control room, please refer to the government website

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