GWENT POLICE & CRIME PLAN

DELIVERING A SAFER GWENT 2017 / 2021

My 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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Volunteers wanted to monitor police dog welfare

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, is recruiting volunteers who are passionate about animals to help ensure that Gwent’s police dogs are well looked...

Putting vulnerable communities first

The Police and Crime Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner for Gwent met with the Older People Commissioner for Wales to discuss how they and partners can work together to put...

Violence and abuse will not be tolerated on our high streets

Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has condemned the growing problem of violence and abuse targeted towards retail staff on the UK’s high streets.

Guest Blog: Liam Jenkins, County in the Community

My name is Liam Jenkins, I am 24 and I am the Premier League Kicks co-ordinator for Newport County’s charitable trust, County in the Community.

Funding available to support children and young people

Organisations in Gwent can bid for a share of £300,000 from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office to fund projects that support children and young people affected by...

Abuse has no age limit

Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has hosted an online webinar for frontline professionals, shining a light on the devastating impact of abuse on older...