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Community Youth Project Newport

To mark national Youth Work Week my office visited Community Youth Project, which is based in Community House in Maindee.

New officers begin their careers

I was delighted to join 47 new Gwent Police officers and their families for their formal passing out parade this week.

Car wash visits helping tackle modern slavery

More than 40 people were made safe by officers as part of an operation to help raise awareness of modern slavery in Gwent and across the UK.

Animal welfare training

Members of my team have undertaken a training session with the RSPCA that will allow them to support our animal welfare volunteers to monitor the health and wellbeing of Gwent...

Blaenavon World Heritage Day

My team and I joined hundreds of people to celebrate Blaenavon World Heritage Day.

New film raises awareness of Sexual Assault Referral Centres

A powerful new film and animation have been released describing the services and support provided by sexual assault

New Inn Primary Heddlu Bach

I was delighted to meet pupils from New Inn Primary to hear about their achievements during their time as Heddlu Bach.

Young people create powerful anti-bullying film

Students from Coleg Gwent’s Ebbw Vale Learning Zone have created a hard-hitting anti-bullying film in partnership with Welsh media company Cymru Creations.

Youth Work Week 2022

It’s Youth Work Week! An opportunity to celebrate the fantastic work of youth workers and youth organisations across Gwent.

New youth club opens in Brynmawr

More than 40 young people turned out for the opening of a new youth club in Brynmawr’s Welfare Park.

Gwent Police long service awards

Gwent police officers and staff who have served Gwent for almost quarter of a century have had their service recognised with a special ceremony.

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

This week my office has been visiting towns across Gwent to raise awareness of the many types of abuse that affect older people.