South Wales Police commissioner Alun Michael gives backing to animal welfare visiting scheme
SOUTH Wales Police commissioner Alun Michael has given his backing to the force’s animal welfare visiting scheme.
Set-up under the now defunct police authority, the scheme sees volunteers checking the care and conditions of the force’s four-legged crime fighters - the dog and horse sections.
Mr Michael visited the animal officers at their base in Bridgend - along with the chairman of the welfare visiting panel, Derek George - and was full of praise for the volunteers.
Mr Michael said: “The animal welfare visiting scheme gives the public reassurance that the hard working dogs and horses of South Wales Police are being taken care of properly. I wholeheartedly support the work of the volunteers who do this excellent work.
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“I have been impressed by the dedication of the work of the volunteers who carry out the weekly checks on the animals, and welcome the continuation of the scheme. I look forward to working with these people in the future.”