Commencing on the 3rd March 2018 RSP07 will begin a long awaited tour of Wales highlighting the effects of Cyber Crime, with a launch event at Cardiff Bay on Monday 4th March 2018
The bus and staff managing the bus are there to ensure that people and businesses are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to recognise the signs of cybercrime – and provide them with the tools to stay safe online.
The fully branded single decker exhibition bus is fully equipped with computers, manned by both specialist police officers and trading standards personnel.
“I want to encourage everyone to visit the Cyber Bus when it visits an area near them.”
Deputy Chief Constable for Gwent and All Wales Lead for Cyber Crime, Pam Kelly said: “The 25 day exhibition bus tour will be an excellent opportunity for our teams to get right into the communities of Wales to engage and raise awareness to as many people as possible about cyber-crime.
“Funded by the Welsh Government and managed by Tarian, the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) for Southern Wales along with the North West ROCU, this is an innovative approach to engagement that I’m excited to see in Wales.
“The specially equipped cyber bus tours will aim is to help build cyber-resilience and a more cyber secure environment for both the public and businesses in Wales.