News Room

Maindee Primary pupils raise funds for Community House, Newport

Pupils from Maindee Primary school have raised £900 for Community House, a community project in Eton Road, Newport, which receives funding from the Police and Crime...

Visiting Caerphilly

Police and Crime Commissioner Jeff Cuthbert has been visiting towns and communities in Caerphilly since his re-election in May.

Police and Crime Commissioner praises the work of volunteers in...

The Police and Crime Commissioner, Jeff Cuthbert, has met with Caldicot Town Team coordinator, Aaron Reeks to enlist his help to share information on Gwent Police’s new scheme...

Volunteers Week

It is national Volunteer’s Week this week and I want to take the opportunity to thank the many volunteers across Gwent who give up their time freely to support our public...

Police and Crime Commissioner receives a warm welcome from...

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, received a warm welcome whilst visiting independent traders in Chepstow to talk about Gwent Police’s new scheme We...

Positive Futures making a difference

Young people across Gwent have been spending time outdoors skateboarding, fishing and taking part in other sports as part of a Police and Crime Commissioner funded project.

Gwent Police officers and staff donate to local food bank

Gwent Police officers and staff, and staff from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, are supporting the Eastern Valley Foodbank.

LGBTQ+ Domestic Violence Awareness Day 2021

Today, Friday 28 May marks LGBTQ+ Domestic Violence Awareness Day, which is an opportunity to raise awareness of the need to protect all our communities. Abuse can affect...

Police and Crime Commissioner visits Abertillery and Brynmawr

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has visited Abertillery and Brynmawr to speak to residents and businesses about the issues that matter to them.

George Floyd – one year on

The murder of George Floyd one year ago sent shockwaves around the world.

Global Road Safety Week

If someone is hit by a car at 30 miles an hour there is a 50 per cent chance they will be killed. If they are hit by a car at 20 miles per hour that risk drops to 10 per cent....

PCC welcomes funding for victims of domestic abuse and sexual...

The Ministry of Justice has invested £644,446 to support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Gwent.