The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has welcomed the UK Government’s commitment to tackling crime, as set out in its new Beating Crime Plan, but says...
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert joined the Deputy Chief Constable, Amanda Blakeman at a ceremony to mark National Police Memorial Day.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert was delighted to join over 50 Volunteer Police Cadets for the 2nd National Volunteer Police Cadet Quiz.
Public sector workers, with the exception of NHS staff, are to be subject to a public sector pay pause for 2021/22.
I am delighted to welcome the 40 new police officers who have begun their initial training with Gwent Police this month, and the 17 new community support officers who have...
This week is Anti-Social Behaviour week, which aims to encourage communities to take a stand against ASB and highlight the options available to those facing it.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has praised pupils and staff from Lewis School Pengam for their commitment to celebrating diversity and inclusion.
Addressing anti-social behaviour is one of the key priorities in my police and crime plan.
Honour-based abuse can be a violent crime or other abuse which has been committed to protect or defend the ‘honour’ of the family or community.
A new unit which aims to support victims of crime has been launched in Gwent.
A new initiative, called ‘MeUs’, was launched on Wednesday 7 July by Jane Hutt, Minister for Social Justice.
The Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Eleri Thomas, joined community and faith leaders in an online event hosted by Gwent Police to remember the victims of the...