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Neighbourhood police officers have been working with local post offices across Cardiff this week to launch the ‘‘Adopt a Post Office’ scheme.
South Wales Police’s Northern Division which covers Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil is delighted to announce that this Summer’s Emergency Services Fun Day will be held in Treorchy on Saturday, 25th July, 2015
It will soon be the end of an era for Port Talbot Police Station which is due to close to make way for new town centre development.
Multi-agency operation in Cardiff makes 20 arrests for offences including suspected forced labour, money laundering, theft and abstraction of electricity.
South Wales Police Superintendent Lian Penhale responds to the encouraging news that the Crown Prosecution Service has recorded a record number of prosecutions for violence against women across England and Wales.
An award-winning police officer from Swansea has given a youth club for youngsters in the Pontardawe area a summer boost.
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.
South Wales Police has dismantled an organised drugs and money laundering ring involved in dealing cocaine.
This weekend, over 135,000 festival-goers will be in Glastonbury enjoying the festival. If you are heading down to Somerset, please ensure that you think about your own safety and the security of your belongings.
This week marks the launch of National Neighbourhood & Home Watch Week 2015, and Neighbourhood Watch coordinators across England and Wales are being urged to take a moment to talk with neighbours about the rising danger of phone scams.
South Wales Police is investigating the discovery of the body of a newly born baby which was retrieved from the River Taff in Cardiff near the junction of Penarth Road and the Taff Embankment shortly after 6.00pm on Tuesday 23rd June.
Police in Swansea are continuing to investigate the discovery of a cannabis factory at a house in the Uplands area.
Former Director of Corporate and Legal Services for Gwent and South Wales Police, Gareth Madge has been awarded an OBE and Director of Finance and Administration, Umar Hussain has been awarded the MBE.
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Convicted rapist Carlos Brown has been sentenced to 15 years in prison followed by six years on licence.
A Swansea man has been jailed for over eight years after pleading guilty to burglary and robbery offences.
Public Services Minister Leighton Andrews has announced over £16 million for the continued funding of 500 Community Support Officers.
Two men from the Wentloog area of Cardiff have each been sentenced to six years and six months in prison for a string of burglaries in and around Cardiff.
Police have made four arrests for drugs offences after executing warrants in the Penlan area of Swansea.
A thief who used a car to smash his way into a golf club has been sent to prison.
A Neath burglar has been sent to prison after he was arrested by police and found in possession of money and a Terry’s Chocolate Orange which he had stolen from his elderly victim.
Police have recovered stolen property worth over £40,000 after officers executed a search warrant at a traveller site in Briton Ferry.
Several PCSOs from the Western Division of South Wales Police have been recognised for their outstanding work in the community.
There’s a familiar face back on the beat in Morriston.
South Wales Police launched an awareness campaign this month, June 2, 2015 to let everyone in South Wales know that the best and quickest way to contact the Police is to dial 101 for all non-emergency calls.
A new multi-agency hub set up to safeguard vulnerable people in Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil has been praised by South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael and Deputy Commissioner Sophie Howe.