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Illegal off-roading

I visited Blaenavon this week to meet with council officers who took me to see a few of the areas within the World Heritage Site that are being badly damaged by illegal...

Coleg Gwent Wellbeing Festival

I was delighted to attend Coleg Gwent’s wellbeing festival at the Ebbw Vale Learning Zone this week.

Your Blaenavon, Your Choice

My team were pleased to be invited to join the Your Blaenavon, Your Choice event at the Blaenavon Workingmen’s Hall last weekend.

New facilities to support victims of domestic abuse and sexual...

A process to allow victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence to securely give evidence through video-linked facilities has launched across Wales.

Gwent Police welcomes over 30 new officers to its ranks

33 new police officers have joined Gwent Police's ranks following a pass out parade in Newport earlier today.

Tackling knife crime in communities

Tackling knife crime in communities

Police and Crime Commissioner awards £270,000 to groups...

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has awarded £270,493 to 10 organisations supporting children and young people across Gwent.

Physically punishing children becomes illegal in Wales

From today [March 21st] physically punishing a children will be illegal in Wales as the Welsh Government and emergency services come together to put children at the heart of...

Celebrating children and young people in Pillgwenlly

I was delighted to be invited to a party for all the children and young people of the KidCare4U Saturday club.

Creating safer neighbourhoods

This week I joined Gwent Police in the Llanyrafon and Croesyceiliog ward in Cwmbran, where the local community council has become the first in Gwent to sign up to the We Don’t...

Maindee pupils map out safe spaces in their community

Roma pupils from Maindee Primary School took part a Safe Spaces workshop to identify places in the community where they feel safe and unsafe.

National report recognises the growing demand on front-line...

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services has published its annual assessment of policing in England and Wales.