Contact Us

If you have an enquiry about our community engagement work in Wales, please contact:

Kim-Ann Williamson (Gwent and South Wales areas), at -


Judith Edwards (Dyfed Powys and North Wales areas), at –

Please note that these email addresses are for information about the work of the CPS only. We do not provide legal advice and we cannot enter into email correspondence about individual cases.

If you have feedback or a complaint, please use the link on the left.

Working with you

CPS at the National EisteddfodWales is a vibrant and diverse country with a unique identity.  The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in Wales is committed to engaging with local communities throughout Wales, in order to improve our services.

We want to provide a fair service for everyone, so it is important that people understand how the criminal justice system works and how we come to our decisions.

All too often, people do not know who we are or what we do. The CPS in Wales is committed to changing this and having a visible presence.

Across Wales, we aim to work with all groups and communities to ensure that new policies adopted by the CPS reflect the diverse society we live in and that our operations are informed by the needs of the communities we serve.

There are a number of ways in which we seek to involve local communities in the way we plan and deliver our services. You can read more about them by following the links in this section.