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The case review empowers repeat victims of antisocial behaviour to ask for a review of the actions partner agencies have taken to resolve their concerns.
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Knife crime campaign ‘Not the One’ launched to educate young people of dangers of carrying a knife.
Our Heritage Centre brings the history of policing in South Wales to life, from the Celtic age to present day.
Due to the nature of their work, police officers are occasionally confronted with a set of circumstances where using stop search powers and force is appropriate.
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