From Monday 21 March 2022 physically punishing children becomes illegal in Wales.
Young people from across Gwent are being encouraged take part in a short online survey to help identify the issues that are important to them.
If you are looking for a new, exciting and varied career where no two days are the same then a career in the police could be for you.
I joined Inspector Shane Underwood from Gwent Police for a meeting with Brynmawr Town Council this week.
This week we joined Gwent Police’s We Don’t Buy Crime team in Cwmbran to offer free forensic marking to residents with mobility scooters.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has praised Gwent’s local policing teams and the work they do to keep communities safe.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete my recent survey, either online or at one of the many engagement events my team carried out across Gwent.
A series of FREE online Violence Against Women Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse information sessions are taking place for anyone working in the hair and beauty sector.
Businesses in Gwent are being urged to sign up to the Police Cyber Alarm scheme to help protect their networks from cyber-attacks.
Stay safe and have a happy Christmas
This week we welcomed 52 new police officers into Gwent Police.
The four Welsh Police and Crime Commissioners have issued a joint statement in light of the latest changes in Wales to protect communities from the Omicron variant of...