Gwent Police want you to have your say on issues of anti-social behaviour in your area.
Children and young people have put their questions to public sector leaders at the Police and Crime Commissioner’s annual Gwent Youth Question Time event.
This week we supported partners from Coleg Gwent at a series of wellbeing days for students at its Ebbw Vale and Newport campuses.
More than 170 young volunteers with the Torfaen Play Service have been celebrated at a special ceremony this week.
A project that supports young people struggling to cope with mainstream education has helped one promising rugby player tackle the challenges he faced.
We supported Willmott Dixon at a careers day for year nine pupils at St Albans RC High School in Pontypool on Tuesday.
Gwent Community Link is Gwent Police’s new messaging service for residents.
Our animal welfare scheme, which ensures that Gwent’s police dogs are looked after to the highest standards, has received a certificate of recognition from the Dogs Trust for...
All victims of crime in England and Wales have specific rights which are set out in the Victims’ Code.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent is supporting a growing youth club for black, Asian and ethnic minority children and young people in Abergavenny.
This week we celebrated Safer Internet Day.
If you are a victim or witness to crime then you can expect certain standards from criminal justice agencies such as the police and the courts.