Police chief asks people to look out for the warning signs of radicalisation

As more vulnerable people are being influenced through social media, police call for parents, carers, friends and colleagues to be alert to the signs of extremism.

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Be alert when you travel – counter-terror police tell public

The travelling public should be alert and aware of their surroundings when using public transport, says the British Transport Police (BTP) Commander for Wales.

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South Wales Police and Police and Crime Commissioner join forces to tackle violence against women and girls

Following the launch of the South Wales Tackling Violence against Women and Girls Plan in June 2014, South Wales Police has achieved White Ribbon status.

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Counter terrorism Chief ‘We can’t protect Wales from terrorism without help from the public’

Countering terrorism in Wales has for too long been thought of as the preserve of the police, security agencies and government, says the Wales lead for Counter-Terrorism Assistant Chief Constable Nikki Holland

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‘Keep Wales Safe, give up the gun’ sees over 100 weapons handed in

A Southern Wales firearms surrender has resulted in over 100 weapons being handed in to the police.
South Wales Police along with Gwent Police and Dyfed Powys Police gave people the chance to give up any real, fake, toy or antique guns or ammunition during a 12-day operation.

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The words Behind bars

Dean Jason

Dean Jason

19 Months

Vaughan Powell

Vaughan Powell

Nine years