Safer Pembrokeshire is being launched at this year's county show.

Safer Pembrokeshire is the new name for the Pembrokeshire Community Safety Partnership.

It is made up of key agencies in the county including Pembrokeshire County Council, Dyfed Powys Police, Dyfed Powys Police Authority, Mid and West Wales Fire & Rescue Service and Pembrokeshire Local Health Board.

Its members also include Youth Offending Team, National Park Authority, Local Criminal Justice Board, National Public Health Service and Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services Safer Pembrokeshire will have a tent at the show based on the theme 'Your Community'.

The tent will contain a walk through of a community, with information available at each point for example Road Safety and licensing at the local pub/roads; Anti-social behaviour and Tidy Towns at the local park; Police at the Police station and the Youth Offending Team and SUDDS at the school.

There will be a message board providing the opportunity for residents to make comments or raise issues about their community.

Police equipment will also be displayed at set times for the public to view and test and visitors to the tent will also have the chance to test their reaction skills with 'beer goggles' to simulate being over the drink drive limit.

Alison Rogers, of Safer Pembrokeshire, said: "The county show is an ideal opportunity for people to come along and find out what Safer Pembrokeshire is and how we all work together to keep the county safe."