News Room

Police funding survey

I would like to thank everyone who recently gave their views on police funding by completing my budget survey, either online or at one of more than 20 engagement sessions my...

Caldicot community opportunities

This week I joined Gwent Police and partners for a community event at Store 21 in Caldicot.

Still time to have your say on police funding

There is still time for residents in Gwent to have their say on police funding for 2023/24.

Stay safe and have a happy Christmas

This year has felt like a welcome return to normality following two years of the pandemic and restrictions to our daily lives. However, there is no escaping the fact that it...

First Minster visits police headquarters

Chief Constable Pam Kelly and I were honoured to welcome the First Minister, Mark Drakeford, to Gwent Police’s new headquarters this week.

Out and about

This week we have been visiting communities in Newbridge, Rogerstone and Usk to speak with residents.

New officers report for duty

This week I was proud to be invited to welcome 51 new police officers into Gwent Police.

Gwent Police long service awards

It was an absolute privilege to attend Gwent Police’s long service awards this week.

Out and about

This week my team have been out across Gwent, visiting communities in Abertillery, Blaenavon, Pontypool, Caldicot, Newport and Pontllanfraith.

Welsh Language Rights Day 2022

You have a right to receive Welsh language services from public organisations in Wales.

Knife Crime Awareness workshops

I am extremely pleased that thousands of young people from schools, colleges, and youth groups across Gwent have participated in knife crime awareness sessions by

Gwent says goodbye the to the Knife Angel

The Knife Angel will officially leave Gwent on Thursday 1 December after spending a month at the Friars Walk Shopping Centre in Newport.