Safer Vale, in conjunction with South Wales Police and South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, are delighted to announce that an Open Day will be held for the public at Barry fire Station on Saturday, 23 July, 2016.
South Wales Police can confirm the name of the 27 year-old man who suddenly died following a disturbance in Broad Street, Barry, in the early hours of Saturday, 2 July, 2016, as being Thomas Julian Sloman
This year the Home Office have also decided to invite nominations from the public so that even more people have the opportunity to recognise the contributions of cadets, volunteers and specials in your community.
Over £170,00 was jointly awarded to ten organisations which will now move forward to provide support services to women and men who have suffered through domestic abuse, LGBT communities who have suffered through hate crime and anti-social behaviour and support services for children, who have been subject to violence or crime
Today, The National LGBT+ Police Network, in partnership with Stonewall and supported by Travers Smith LLP, launches a summer campaign to offer reassurance and guidance to the LGBT community in the aftermath of the Orlando attack.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales along with members of the community who have been affected by crime, will today choose between 13 organisations making a bid for cash from the Victim Fund.
South Wales Police has set out, over many years, with determination, to understand the events that led to the miscarriage of justice following the murder of Lynette White and we welcome the judgement today. Commenting on the actions taken by the Senior Investigating Officer Detective Chief Superintendent Chris Coutts and his deputy Detective Chief Inspector […]
South Wales Police celebrates the success of the new Police Youth Volunteer initiative with over 100 young members participating in the programme with bases in Cardiff, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Neath.
High Sheriff of Mid Glamorgan, Jayne James visits South Wales Police Dogs and Mounted Section as part of her partnership work with the force. Jayne James, High Sheriff of Mid Glamorgan said: “One of the highlights of my year as High Sheriff of Mid Glamorgan 2015/16 was to spend a morning with the staff of the […]
Part-time time Asda employee Kirsty Williams also trebles up as an Independent Custody Visitor for the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner and as a volunteer for Cwm Taff Youth Offending Service.
Phil recalls “When I joined as a Special back then, I was sworn-in in Pontypridd Magistrate’s Court in between cases, then attended headquarters to receive my warrant card and I was measured for my uniform and a few days later, a knock on the door and the uniform was hand delivered!” he laughs.
This weekend June 3 – 5 is National Specials Weekend which coincides with National Volunteers Week June 1 -12 and aims to raise the profile of Special Constabularies, both in local communities and at a wider, national level.
To mark National Volunteers’ Week South Wales Police profiles Howard Clemo, 76 year old from Barry in Vale of Glamorgan, is the longest serving police support volunteer having worked with South wales Police for over eight years.
United Kingdom Football Policing Unit (UKFPU) has sent letters to all 87 Welsh fans across Wales subject to banning orders to remind them to surrender their passports to the police by 7pm June 1st – or risk being arrested.