A man from Caerwent in Monmouthshire has been named a Community Hero as part of the Pride of Gwent Awards 2020/21.
Gwent Police have welcomed 36 new Community Support Officers (CSOs) into the force.
Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, Eleri Thomas, has praised the ongoing efforts to tackle violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV) in Gwent.
The entire nation is wrestling with the grim realities being highlighted by women across the country in light of the suspected murder of Sarah Everard in London.
Illegal off-roading has increased during the pandemic causing significant damage to the countryside, harming grazing animals and putting walkers and other countryside users at...
The Pride of Gwent Awards 2020/21 takes place on Thursday 11 March.
The Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, Eleri Thomas, blogs about this year’s International Women’s Day.
This week my team attended the second virtual Gwent Police Neighbourhood Watch forum.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, is to raise the amount households pay for policing through their council tax by 5.49 per cent to allow Gwent Police...
Police and Crime Commissioner Jeff Cuthbert has welcomed Gwent Police’s commitment to implementing the findings of a review of roads policing in Gwent.
A majority of residents agree with Gwent Police’s response to the coronavirus pandemic a Police and Crime Commissioner survey has shown.
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.