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  • Safer Vale Partnership Inspector Rob Lewis outside number 26 Cardiff Road, which has been subjected to a closure order under the Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act.
    New closure powers used for the first time in South Wales

    A Barry woman and her landlord’s refusal to cooperate with ultimatums from the Safer Vale Partnership has resulted in the first eviction and closure order being granted in Wales under the Anti Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act.

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    South Wales Police stands proud at Pride Cymru

    Staff and officers donned their rainbow epaulettes and T-shirts to join in the Pride Cymru celebrations in Cardiff.

  • David Ellis,
    Alec Warburton murder investigation update

    South Wales Police is continuing to investigate the disappearance of 59-year-old Alec Warburton from Swansea.

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    Chwarae Teg gets SWP backing

    South Wales Police (SWP) is helping to build a Wales where women achieve and prosper, by championing gender equality in the workplace and becoming the latest supporter of Chwarae Teg.

  • Kristian Dee Evans
    Burglary suspect traced through half-eaten snack

    Police in Swansea traced a burglary suspect through DNA technology after he left a half-eaten snack at the scene of his crime.

  • Police and Crime Reduction plan 2015-18 image
    Looking to the future

    Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael and Chief Constable Peter Vaughan are looking for the views of the public and key partners, as well as canvassing officers and staff, to hear first hand what their views are on policing in South Wales and how best to understand and respond to the needs of our communities.

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    The Keep Safe Cymru Card – helping to protect our communities

    Over 300 people within our communities are now carrying the Keep Safe Cymru Card since its joint launch with South Wales Police, Learning Disability Services and Mencap Cymru, December, 2014.

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