The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent Jeff Cuthbert has paid tribute to police officers who have been killed or lost their lives in the line of duty.
A new initiative to promote and encourage responsible dog ownership across the Caerphilly county borough has been launched this week.
We were pleased to join with partners to celebrate County in the Community’s 10-year anniversary this week.
This week my team joined officers from Gwent Police and Newport Youth Justice Service for a ‘crimes and consequences’ workshop at Ysgol Gyfun Gwent Is Coed.
This week is National Rural Crime Action Week.
I am pleased to welcome 34 new police officers and 13 community support officers into Gwent Police.
My team has been busy during the start of the school term, supporting Coleg Gwent at a series of freshers events.
We recently supported our partners at Willmott Dixon at a jobs fair in Abergavenny market.
Budding film makers in Tredegar were working hard throughout the summer at the Blaenau Gwent Film Academy.
Children and young people in the Aber Valley in Caerphilly are being kept busy this summer with a programme of events run by the Senghenydd Youth Drop In Centre.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert, has given £1,500 to support the Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA).
I must congratulate the children and young people of the Shaftesbury Youf Gang who undertook a very wet walk across the old Severn Bridge for charity recently.