A Police and Crime Commissioner funded project that provides non-contact boxing training is helping to keep children in Torfaen active and in school.
I was delighted to support Gwent Police’s annual Force Awards this week.
The allegation of abhorrent messages found on a former police officer’s mobile phone, as reported by the Sunday Times, is very serious.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent is currently recruiting Independent Custody Visitors (ICVs).
Residents across Gwent are being asked to get involved and support White Ribbon Day on Friday 25 November.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Jeff Cuthbert has launched an anti-violence art competition to keep the powerful message of the Knife Angel alive when it departs Gwent on...
I was honoured today to lay a wreath at Gwent Police’s headquarters in remembrance of all those who have lost their lives in conflict since the first world war.
This week we welcomed HRH the Earl of Wessex to Gwent Police’s new headquarters in Cwmbran
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, is asking residents for their views on police funding for the next financial year.
I was delighted to meet with young people from youth forums across Gwent to discuss their plans for next year’s Youth Question Time.
The Knife Angel, a national symbol standing against violence and aggression in communities, has arrived in Gwent.
I was delighted to speak at the launch of the Wales Safer Communities Network this week.