We have appointed Supporting Justice to undertake a victims’ needs assessment, as part of our collaborative work with South Wales and Dyfed Powys OPCCs.
This week we hosted a visit from the UK Government Policing Minister, Chris Philp MP.
This week my team met with the Blaenau Gwent Children’s Grand Council, which is made up of children from schools across the county, to run a workshop on community safety.
This week I was honoured to be invited to the passing out parade for 47 new police officers.
Children and young people from across Gwent have put their questions to some of Gwent’s top leaders at the Police and Crime Commissioner’s annual Youth Question Time event.
Community groups joined together to bid for a share of a grants pot worth around £60,000 from the Gwent High Sheriffs’ Community Fund.
Gwent Police and Parents Against Child Exploitation (Pace) are running a free webinar to help parents spot the signs of child exploitation.
I was pleased to be invited to join Gwent Young Farmers last week for a regional competition to determine who will represent Gwent at the upcoming Wales Young Farmers...
The Gwent Police and Crime Panel is recruiting a new, independent member, to scrutinise, challenge and support the work of my office.
Money from the Home Office’s Safer Streets fund is being invested into youth services in Brynmawr and Tredegar to support young people who are at risk of becoming involved in...
This week I met with young people from the Gwent Regional Youth Forum who are working with my office to help coordinate and host Youth Question Time 2023.
I was honoured on Monday to be invited to a graduation ceremony for those who have completed the Gwent Drug and Alcohol Service’s (GDAS) Peer Academy scheme.