Gwent Police and Crime Plan

The current Police and Crime Plan will shape decisions around transformation and how we can make best use of our resources to help keep people safe and provide an effective, accessible and trusted service that also provides value for money to the people of Gwent.

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Police and Crime Commissioner marks National Police Memorial Day

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has paid tribute to all police officers who have been killed or lost their lives on duty, as part of National...

Wales begins countdown to end the physical punishment of...

With six months to go before a new law ending the physical punishment of children in Wales comes into force, more than £2.9m is being invested in parenting support.

Protecting our NHS colleagues

Gwent Police’s We Don’t Buy Crime team have been working with the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board to tackle the growing problem of the theft of vehicles, and the theft...

Welcoming new officers

The Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, Eleri Thomas, has welcomed 31 new police officers into Gwent Police.

Project Edward

Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner, Eleri Thomas, joined officers from Gwent Police and South Wales Fire and Rescue at Crosskeys College to raise awareness of the annual...

The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales strengthens its board even...

The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales (WCRC) is delighted to welcome three of the region’s most high-profile police chiefs to its team.