Young people from across Gwent have put their questions to decision makers as part of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s third Youth Question Time event.
Last week my team attended a special Gwent Police community dial-in as part of LGBTQ+ History Month. I am pleased that Gwent Police are continuing to work with LGBTQ+...
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has backed calls by the Victims’ Commissioner for victims of crime to have more rights protected by law.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Gwent has received a national award for transparency for the sixth year in a row.
Civil parking enforcement powers transferred to the five local authorities in Gwent in 2019
Dog owners in Gwent are encouraged to be extra vigilant following a rise in dog thefts across the UK during the Coronavirus pandemic.
A fund of £139,000 is available for services supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Gwent.
Umbrella Cymru provides high quality emotional and practical support, information, and advocacy for LGBT+ victims of crime.
The UK Government’s Domestic Abuse Bill must do more to recognise and protect children as victims through the family court processes.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, is encouraging people to spot the signs of romance fraud this Valentine’s Day.
A Bargoed man learning new skills and earning qualifications while working on Gwent Police’s new headquarters is encouraging others to consider an apprenticeship.
We spoke to Gwent Police’s Cyber Protect Officer, Kate Lloyd, about the work she is doing to keep people in Gwent safe online.