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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Cardiff policing plans for Halloween and Bonfire Night

Police in Cardiff are getting ready for what has traditionally become one of the busiest times of the year.

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Do You Work With Victims of Crime in South Wales? If so we need your help

If your organisation works with victims of crime then our researchers would like you to complete a short survey about the services you provide.

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Fast Track from Police Officer to Police Inspector in just three years

If you have a 2:1 degree and you are interested in finding out more, a familiarisation event will be held on 6 November 2014 at 6pm and 7.30pm at South Wales Police headquarters.

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Capital Police and Nat-West Staff help put Rogue Traders in the Red.

Police in Cardiff team up with Trading Standards and staff at the Queen Street branch of Nat-West Bank, to talk to customers about cold calling.

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Operation BANG kicks off at the Liberty Stadium

Police in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot are getting ready for what has traditionally become one of the busiest times of the year.

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Gareth Wyn Jones sentenced

Gareth Wyn Jones has today been sentenced to life in prison and will serve a minimum of 20 years for the murder of 45 year old David Alun Lewis, on Wednesday 19th March, 2014, near to the Taff embankment, Cardiff.

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Police warn Welsh football fans to avoid pitch invasions ahead of European qualifiers

Police have warned Welsh football fans that they risk hefty penalties and a ban from attending football matches if they invade they pitch during the upcoming European qualifiers.

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Communities Against Hate: Your Voice Matters.

Hatecrime: See it, Hear it, Report it. Together we can stop it!

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Hate Crime: See it, Hear it, Report it.
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