This year marks the 27th anniversary of the most devastating atrocity that has taken place on European soil since the Second World War.
A new safe space for women who are experiencing, or are at risk of, sexual exploitation and violence has launched in Newport.
I welcome the Welsh Government’s latest appointments to the role of National Adviser for Violence Against Women, Gender Based Violence, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence...
Last weekend my team were out in communities across Gwent, visiting the Maindee Festival and Ysgol Panteg fair, as well as Gwent Police’s Behind the Badge event in Cwmbran.
More than 20,000 residents from across Gwent attended Gwent Police’s Behind the Badge event this weekend.
I am delighted that the animal welfare scheme, which is managed by my team and ensures that Gwent’s police dogs are looked after to the highest standards, has received a...
Gwent Police has launched a new strategy that places the well-being of children and young people at the centre of its decision making.
A free Saturday night football training session for children and young people is bringing communities together in Newport.
To mark national Youth Work Week my office visited Community Youth Project, which is based in Community House in Maindee.
I was delighted to join 47 new Gwent Police officers and their families for their formal passing out parade this week.
More than 40 people were made safe by officers as part of an operation to help raise awareness of modern slavery in Gwent and across the UK.
Members of my team have undertaken a training session with the RSPCA that will allow them to support our animal welfare volunteers to monitor the health and wellbeing of Gwent...