Gwent will receive more than £1million from the Home Office to target perpetrators of domestic abuse.
A new youth outreach scheme is helping to tackle antisocial behaviour in Cwmbran.
Pupils from Overmonnow Primary School in Monmouth took part in a litter pick to support The Big Help Out.
Young people across Gwent have received training that could help them save lives in the event of a stabbing.
My team recently joined partners involved in building the new police station at Abergavenny to litter pick the area.
I would like to congratulate Gwent Police officer, PC Mark Powell, who has been awarded 'All Wales rural and wildlife crime police officer of the year 2023'.
This week I was delighted to attend a special assembly to celebrate Eid at St Andrew’s Primary School in Newport.
This week is National Stalking and Harassment week, the theme is ‘Standing Against Stalking, Supporting Young People’.
Today we marked Stephen Lawrence Day, an annual event which commemorates Stephen’s brutal death on April 22, 1993.
A brand new ‘pump track’ has been built at the community run Van Road Trails bike facility in Caerphilly, supported by funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Gwent Police is good at preventing crime and anti-social behaviour but must do better in its response to the public, according to a new report from His Majesty’s Inspectorate...
I am delighted to have been appointed to the board of the College of Policing.