Calling young people in Gwent

4th February 2022

Young people from across Gwent have the chance to take part in an online ‘question – time style’ event hosted by the Office of Police Crime Commissioner for Gwent and Gwent Regional Youth Forum on Thursday 10 March 4.30pm – 6.30pm.

The event is an opportunity to pose a question to panel of professionals who specialise in a wide range of issues that young people have told my team are important to them. 

Following the results of the ‘What Matters to You Survey’ that was completed by young people from across the county a range of issues have been identified as important

  • Policing
  • mental health
  • tackling discrimination and hate crime
  • safe and healthy relationships

Young people from youth forums, organisations, schools, youth organisations and youth work professionals across Gwent are welcome come along.

Questions can be sent in before the event to:  or during the session

To register a place visit: Gwent OPCC Youth Question Time 2022 Tickets, Thu 10 Mar 2022 at 16:30 | Eventbrite

The panel includes:

  • Jeff Cuthbert, Police Crime Commissioner of Gwent
  • Pam Kelly, Chief Constable Gwent Police
  • Dr Rachel Evans, Child and Family Psychology and Therapies Service
  • Kelly Harris, Brooke Cymru
  • Rebecca Stanton, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Chris Hunt, Regional Community Cohesion team

For more information about the panelists: Gwent Youth Question Time information booklet 

Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert said: “The voices of young people are extremely important to me.

“Events such as Youth Question Time offer a unique platform for professionals, policy makers and members of the community to really understand what is important to young people.

 “Only by working in partnership with young people will we really understand what needs to be done to make a difference for young people now and in the future.”