Police precept proposed to rise by five per cent

Police and Crime Commissioner, Alun Michael, has announced plans to safeguard policing levels in South Wales with a 5% increase in the police precept.

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South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael.

Wheels to Work scheme takes to the road

An innovative scooter-loan project aimed at helping young people to secure and maintain employment was launched in Bridgend today.

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Fraudsters jailed for 11 years after three year investigation

An Aberdare woman and a Swansea accountant have been jailed for their part in fraud offences totalling £750,000.

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Murder of Nadine Aburas: Arrest made

Sammy Almahri, who is wanted on suspicion of murdering Nadine Aburas, whose body was discovered at the Futures Inn in Cardiff on New Year’s Eve has been arrested and is the custody of Tanzanian police authorities.

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Liberty Stadium flare incident leads to banning order for supporter

A football fan has been made the subject of a banning order after setting off a flare during a Premier League match between Swansea City and Tottenham at the Liberty Stadium.

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Nadine Aburas murder investigation: Statement by victim’s mother

Statements from Andrea Aburas, mother of Nadine and from Detective Superintendent Paul Hurley.

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Murder investigation launched in Cardiff after body discovered in city hotel

International manhunt: Murder investigation launched in Cardiff after body discovered in city hotel

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Football competition brings communities together

A new football tournament will run through the rest of the season which is aimed at breaking down barriers, enhancing community relationships and building confidence in the police.

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Memorial to PC Andrew James unveiled

A special memorial service was held at Cardiff Bay police station yesterday (Monday 22 December) when a plaque was unveiled in memory of PC Andrew James who was killed while on duty in August 2003.

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Chief Constable Peter Vaughan and force Chaplain Rev Glyn James at the unveiling of the plaque.

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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Seeking the relatives of WPC1- Elsie Joan Baldwin

The most senior female police officer serving with South Wales Police, ACC Nikki Holland is launching a unique appeal to trace the relatives of the first female police officer to serve in the force, former WPC1 Elsie Joan Baldwin.

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Burglary victims get Christmas visit from police

Burglary victims in Swansea have had a festive visit from police.

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Cardiff city centre: Week of action improves quality of life

Police in Cardiff have held a week-long operation to target issues which impact on the quality of life for city centre residents, businesses and visitors.

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Need to contact South Wales Police?

There are a number of ways you can contact us at South Wales Police. Find out more…

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Criminal group jailed for conspiracy to supply heroin

The Southern Wales Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) have secured convictions against seven people involved in a conspiracy to supply heroin in the south Wales area.

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