PCC Unveils Plans for New Victims Hub for Gwent

PCC Unveils Plans for New Victims Hub for Gwent

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent has revealed his plans for a new Victims Hub which will enhance the... read more
Help Transform the Lives of Victims and Witnesses in Gwent

Help Transform the Lives of Victims and Witnesses in Gwent

Can you make a positive and lasting difference to the lives of victims and witnesses in Gwent? If the answer is 'yes',... read more
My Two Years in Office

My Two Years in Office

Saturday 15 November marked two years since Ian Johnston was elected as the first ever Police and Crime Commissioner... read more
PCC Blog: Victims are at the Heart of Everything I Do

PCC Blog: Victims are at the Heart of Everything I Do

Amongst other topics discussed in his latest blog, Gwent PCC Ian Johnston highlights how he is shaping victims'... read more
Rugby Stars Join PCC to Present Club with Cash

Rugby Stars Join PCC to Present Club with Cash

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent was joined by Australian rugby legend, David Campese, and current... read more
New Community Remedy Rolls Out

New Community Remedy Rolls Out

New powers which enable victims of low-level crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) to have more of a say in the... read more
Gwent PCC Asks How Much Are You Willing to Pay?

Gwent PCC Asks How Much Are You Willing to Pay?

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gwent has launched a public consultation today asking residents how much... read more
Gwent Communities Share £157,000 Seized from Criminals

Gwent Communities Share £157,000 Seized from Criminals

Projects throughout Gwent which aim to use cash seized from criminals to make a positive difference in their... read more

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