Stop for the lollipop

Drivers in the Maesteg area are being warned that ‘stop means stop’ after a worrying increase in near misses involving school children at Cwmfelin Primary School.

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School crossing - Cwmfelin Primary School 3 - Mar 2015

Police warn residents to lock their doors at night

Following on from a burglary in Pontycymmer during the early hours of Sunday morning (15th March), where a super Nintendo console and a number of crystal ornaments were stolen, police in Bridgend are urging residents to check their doors are locked before they head to bed for the night.

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Police offer practical advice on rogue trader activity

Police in Bridgend are warning householders to be cautious when approached by door to door traders who call at your home without an appointment. This follows on from a recent initiative where Bridgend Community Safety Partnership teamed up with Trading Standards to raise awareness of rogue traders in the Heol-Y-Bardd and Greenfields areas of Bryntirion, Bridgend.

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Rogue trader - Heol Y Bardd - Mar 2015

Family pay tribute to Conner Marshall

The family of Conner Marshall, who passed away yesterday after a serious assault, have released the following statement paying tribute to him.

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Conner Marshall

Body-worn cameras to be trialled by Cardiff police

Police officers in Cardiff will be trialling some of the latest technology as part of the Know the Score campaign while on patrol in the Welsh capital on Saturday evening after Wales’ final home match in this season’s Six Nations Championship.

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Detective Chief Inspector Jim Hall with one of the body worn cameras
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  • School crossing - Cwmfelin Primary School 3 - Mar 2015

    Stop for the lollipop

    Drivers in the Maesteg area are being warned that ‘stop means stop’ after a worrying increase in near misses involving school children at Cwmfelin Primary School.

  • ??????????????????

    Police warn residents to lock their doors at night

    Following on from a burglary in Pontycymmer during the early hours of Sunday morning (15th March), where a super Nintendo console and a number of crystal ornaments were stolen, police in Bridgend are urging residents to check their doors are locked before they head to bed for the night.

  • Rogue trader - Heol Y Bardd - Mar 2015

    Police offer practical advice on rogue trader activity

    Police in Bridgend are warning householders to be cautious when approached by door to door traders who call at your home without an appointment. This follows on from a recent initiative where Bridgend Community Safety Partnership teamed up with Trading Standards to raise awareness of rogue traders in the Heol-Y-Bardd and Greenfields areas of Bryntirion, Bridgend.

  • Conner Marshall

    Family pay tribute to Conner Marshall

    The family of Conner Marshall, who passed away yesterday after a serious assault, have released the following statement paying tribute to him.

  • Detective Chief Inspector Jim Hall with one of the body worn cameras

    Body-worn cameras to be trialled by Cardiff police

    Police officers in Cardiff will be trialling some of the latest technology as part of the Know the Score campaign while on patrol in the Welsh capital on Saturday evening after Wales’ final home match in this season’s Six Nations Championship.

The words Wanted

Wanted by South Wales Police.

Wanted: Jody Terrence James

Theft of motor vehicle

The words Behind bars

Sent to prison for three years for burglaries.

Rhys James Evans

3 years in custody