Gwent Police and Crime Plan

The Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan sets out his vision and priorities for policing in Gwent until 2025.

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Making a complaint

Information on how to make a complaint against Gwent Police, or the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.


Decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent.

Latest news

OPCC wins national award for custody visiting scheme

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has been recognised nationally for the high quality of its independent custody visiting scheme.

Senghenydd Youth Drop in Centre

We joined partners in Senghenydd in the Aber Valley for the annual general meeting of the Senghenydd Youth Drop in Centre (Sydic) recently.

Engaging communities

This week we were invited to present to the Cwmbran Over 50s Forum, and talk to residents at a coffee morning in Pandy Village Hall, Abergavenny.

Gwent secures £700,000 to support survivors of sexual abuse and...

Gwent has been awarded £700,553.12 from the Home Office’s Safer Streets fund to support initiatives that tackle crime in communities.

Children in Pillgwenlly benefiting from Police and Crime...

We recently visited Kidcare4u which has received Police and Crime Commissioner funding to provide a weekly Saturday club for children aged five to 16.

Have your say on police funding in Gwent

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, is asking residents for their views on police funding for the next financial year.