‘Keep Wales Safe, give up the gun’ sees over 100 weapons handed in

A Southern Wales firearms surrender has resulted in over 100 weapons being handed in to the police.
South Wales Police along with Gwent Police and Dyfed Powys Police gave people the chance to give up any real, fake, toy or antique guns or ammunition during a 12-day operation.

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Wild West comes to Pontcanna Fields!

As stories go, they don’t come much more bizarre than this one!

During a Passing out Parade of new South Wales Police Officers an Equine pursuit and subsequent arrest took place.

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Swansea Help Point bringing benefits to community safety partners

Swansea city centre’s new and improved Help Point is already bringing significant benefits to police, ambulance and health services.

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Swansea school children call on community to keep playgrounds clean

“Keep your dogs away from where we play” – that’s the message from Swansea school children who are fighting to keep their play areas clean.

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Door supervisors inspected during Bridgend and Maesteg pub checks

South Wales Police, in conjunction with the Security Industry Authority (SIA), carried out spot checks across Bridgend and Maesteg on Friday 24th October to check the compliance of those operating as door supervisors at pubs and clubs.

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Warning issued following drugs death

Police in Cardiff are appealing for individuals and family and friends of anyone using heroin to seek advice following a suspected drugs overdose.

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South Wales Constabulary Heroes: Remembered with Pride.

Police officers both past and present, members of police staff and guests joined together at the recently renovated memorial to remember the fallen and all those who have died in service.

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Woman burgles house and plots to steal life savings of pensioner with Dementia

A woman who plotted to steal the life savings of a 94 year-old man who had just been admitted to a care home suffering from Dementia has been sent to prison.

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Sentenced to three and a half years in prison for burglary and fraud offences.

Welsh police urge people to ‘Keep Wales Safe, give up the gun’

The three police forces of Dyfed-Powys, South Wales and Gwent are appealing for people to ‘Keep Wales Safe, give up the gun’ by surrendering any unlicensed or unwanted firearms, with a two week initiative starting today. (Monday 10th November)

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PCSOs helping BAVO until they can find people with big hearts!

An innovative partnership has been developed between Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations (BAVO) and South Wales Police to visit isolated older people within the Garw and Ogmore Valley as part of BAVO’s Big Lottery funded Community Companions over 50s befriending project.

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Can you help police solve a crime?

The smallest piece of information can make a big difference. Take a look at our appeals to see if you can help the investigators on the case.

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Orange Wallet Scheme launched to help disabled people travelling on public transport

On Friday 31st October South Wales Police hosted an event to launch the Orange Wallet Scheme aimed to improve the experiences of disabled people travelling on public transport.

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Police in Bridgend warn residents to lock car doors

Police Community Support Officers from Bridgend station have launched a campaign to crackdown on motorists forgetting to lock their doors and fall victim to opportunist thieves.

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New-look Operation BANG Campaign Poster – download here

Those residents that don’t want trick or treaters at their house can display the poster in their window, which will tell children they don’t want callers.

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Youth BME engagement event

Young People from Black and Minority Ethnic communities across South Wales gathered at Cardiff Youth Pavilion to talk about their experiences of the police at an event hosted by the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael.

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