Gwent Police and Crime Plan

The current Police and Crime Plan will shape decisions around transformation and how we can make best use of our resources to help keep people safe and provide an effective, accessible and trusted service that also provides value for money to the people of Gwent.

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Spooky activities for children and young people in Newport

Youth led arts organisation and Police and Crime Commissioner funded project Urban Circle is pulling out the stops to provide a series of spectacular Halloween workshops for...

Fire fighter training for young people from Blaenau Gwent

Young people from Bleanau Gwent have been walking in the boots of a fire fighter, as part of the South Wales Fire and Rescue crimes and consequences session.

Torfaen volunteer recognised with award

I was delighted to sponsor this year’s Torfaen Community and Voluntary Awards.

Halloween activity pack

Gwent Police have produced a Halloween activity pack to keep children entertained this half term.

Grant scheme opens to support those impacted by Adverse Childhood...

The Welsh Government have announced a £200,000 grant scheme for individuals and organisations across Wales who undertake activities with those who are, or have been, affected...

Pillgwenlly children ‘plant a tree for the Jubilee’

My team were delighted to join members of Pillgwenlly Primary School’s Heddlu Bach and local community members for the planting of a tree as part of the Queen’s Platinum...