Burglary suspect traced by officers thanks to I-Phone app

Police in Swansea arrested a burglar after tracing him by using a tracking app on mobile phone and computer equipment which he had stolen.

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Cardiff Drugs Operation: Nine sentenced

Nine men were sentenced to a total of sixteen years and eight months in prison at Cardiff Crown Court today.

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Cardiff man sentenced for terrorism offences

A Cardiff man has been sentenced to 3 years and 3 months at Woolwich Crown Court under Section 2 Terrorism Act 2006 and Section 58 Terrorism Act 2000.

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Suspicious package at Ty Glas House, Cardiff: Incident resolved

An on-going joint emergency services incident at Ty Glas House, Llanishen, Cardiff, has concluded.

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Two cutting-edge police stations declared open in South Wales

The two newest police stations in South Wales have been formally opened by Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael and Chief Constable Peter Vaughan.

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Chief Constable Peter Vaughan and Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael unveil a plaque on both sites in Merthyr Tydfil and Bridgend.

Police and partners praised for a job well done on NATO 2014

Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner praise police and partners for a job well done.

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Island ‘hopper coppers’ join the party

The collaborative effort for policing the NATO summit is breaking new ground as we are now ensuring officers from across the water have fully fledged UK Police powers.

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Cardiff student reunited with stolen bike

Fortune changed for a Cardiff medical student who has had three bicycles stolen in the past year – thanks to the good work of Cardiff Central and Cathays NPT officers.

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NATO Conference South Wales 4th – 5th September 2014

The public are reminded to maintain extra personal vigilance and security during the NATO Summit in South Wales.

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World War One Hero Remembered

Sunday, August 24 marks the 100th anniversary of PC Albert Appleton, the first police officer from the predecessor forces of South Wales Police to be killed in the First World War.

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