The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent is currently recruiting Independent Custody Visitors
It has been a busy few weeks with the team attending events across Gwent.
This week my team attended Torfaen Sports Development girl’s inclusivity World Cup event at Cwmbran Stadium.
This week the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert was pleased to attend the Trinity Fields Special School for the school’s Police Cadet pass out parade.
I was honoured to be invited to join 35 student officers, their families, and representatives from Gwent Police, for their graduation ceremony.
When we talk about anti-social behaviour we rightly talk about support for victims and what the police and partners are doing to tackle the issue in our communities.
I was delighted to attend Maindee Festival with the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Eleri Thomas.
Police and Crime Commissioners are elected to be the community’s voice in policing. Our communities tell us that anti-social behaviour matters.
A pupil from Coed-y-Garn Primary School in Blaina, Blaenau Gwent, has designed an anti-violence sticker that will be given out to children and young people across Gwent.
I was proud to march with partners from many different organisations at the first Caerphilly Pride event this weekend.
I was proud to join the Chief Constable, the Minister for Social Justice and, of course, the family and friends of 47 new police officers this week to formally mark the start...
I welcome the new leadership standards launched by the College of Policing.