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.
I was delighted to sponsor this year’s Torfaen Community and Voluntary Awards.
A giant angel sculpture, made from more than 100,000 knives, is coming to Gwent in November as part of a national anti-violence tour.
This week my team has been visiting towns across the Gwent to raise awareness of hate crime and how to report it.
I was pleased to be invited to present certificates to a group of young refugees who have completed a series of workshops with Gwent Police.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent has launched an Easy Read leaflet to help people with disabilities understand when a hate crime has been committed and how they can...
This week we mark Hate Crime Awareness Week, an annual event that takes place within the broader context of Black History Month.
Today we held a short service to formally dedicate a memorial stone outside Gwent Police’s new headquarters.