Reporting illegal offroading

The National Park Authority takes Illegal off-roading very seriously and has a zero tolerance policy.

The problems associated with off-roading include environmental damage and disturbance to wildlife, danger and annoyance to other park users and a negative impact on tourism.

Report illegal off-roading to the National Park Authority and Dyfed Powys Police

The National Park Authority welcomes any information relating to illegal off-roading activities within the park and you can complete the form at the bottom of this page to report specific incidents.

The information which you provide is important, enabling us to build a picture and focus our resources on problem areas. This information will also be passed onto the police for them to respond to but please note that in order for your report to be used as evidence you will need to complete a witness-statement for Dyfed Powys Police.  When you have completed it please print it out and post it to:

PC Rob Griffiths 68
Dyfed Powys Police Divisional HQ
Plas Y Ffynnon
Cambrian Way
Brecon LD3 7HP

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  • Before we take you to the form, please read the Privacy Statement below and tick to say you have read and accept it. Privacy Statement The National Park Authority accepts the following responsibilities for personal information recorded through this web page:- The information will only be used for the agreed reason and will be looked after securely The information will only be kept for as long as needed or to comply with statutory requirements and will then be securely destroyed If the information has to be shared with other agencies initial consent will be gathered at this point and explicit (signed) consent will obtained by the service / department concerned as soon as possible. Unless we are obliged by law to disclose the information.
 

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