A statement by the four Welsh Police & Crime Commissioners
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has welcomed the draft Police Race Action Plan released by the National Police Chiefs Council and College of Policing.
I visited Blackwood and Rhymney this week to meet with the local policing teams, and to speak with residents and traders about the issues that matter to them.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, is funding two projects that support young people who are at risk of becoming involved in serious crime.
Children from St Andrew’s Primary School in Newport have met with the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, for a question-and-answer session to find out...
The week-long enforcement activity took place between Monday 9 May – Friday 13 May and saw officers from Gwent Police work with local authority partners to target law-breaking...
This week we welcomed 25 new Community Support Officers into Gwent Police.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has visited St Andrew’s Primary School in Newport to listen to the community safety concerns of local residents.
Children in Gwent are learning to skateboard for the first time thanks to a Police and Crime Commissioner funded project.
Gwent Police hosted an under 11s football tournament for teams across Blaenau Gwent at the Keith Williams field in Abertillery.
Members of my team joined partners from Torfaen Council and local volunteers to litter pick at Cwmbran Boating Lake for this year’s Torfaen Spring Clean.
This week I visited Abertillery to talk to residents and business owners about community safety.