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Pontprennau/Old St. Mellons
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Gareth Jones 2
PC Gareth Jones (Pontprennau)

Force Number: 3483

Contact Number: 07584 770606


54422 - PCSO Chris Williams
PCSO Chris Williams (St Mellons and Old St Mellons)

Force Number: 54422

Contact Number: 07805 301327


56587 Jo PRITCHARD copy
PCSO Jo Pritchard (St Mellons and Old St Mellons)

Force Number: 56587

Contact Number: 07967 039478


PCSO Karen Sanders (Pontprennau)

Force Number: 54463

Contact Number: 07805 301349


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PCSO Nicola Richards (Pontprennau)

Force Number: 55445

Contact Number: 07805 301322


57212 Richard Seal
PCSO Richard Seal (St Mellons and Old St Mellons)

Force Number: 57212

Contact Number: 07966 313880



Good news – #swpDetectives have arrested a 37-year-old local man in connection with the assault on an 18-year-old woman in Pontprennau on Sunday night.The suspect was arrested last night and remains in custody.The victim has been updated and enquiries are continuing.Thank you for your continued support, shares & information.Much appreciated 🙏 ... MoreLess


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Let's hope the justice system doesn't just let him Off with a slap after the hard work u have done

Brilliant, hope he gets his just deserves.....👍

Well done and thank you 👏

Well done 👍👌

Fantastic, well done SWP

Great news

Good work swp .

Well done

Good x

Well done

Well done SWP

Well done

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Well done

Well done SWP

Well done SWP

Well done once again swp

Michael Thomas glad they found him!

Now you just gotta catch all the rest 👍

Throw the key away.

Annie Mary xxx


well done swp

S.W.P please can u name and shame this monster as we dont want any1 like this in our city

Brilliant news well done SWP

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🚨 Eight teenagers aged 13 to 18 have been arrested following an altercation in Cardiff city centre.🚔 We were called to Wood Street near the Stadium Plaza on the evening of Sunday, October 27 - the day The Welsh Rugby Union lost to Springboks in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup⏰ At around 8pm, a number of calls were received about two groups of youths, some possibly armed with weapons, causing trouble opposite Central Square.8️⃣ males from Riverside, Grangetown, Splott, Tremorfa, Fairwater, and Canton, were arrested that evening and have since been released on either conditional bail or under investigation while enquiries are carried out.It is believed many members of the public would have see this incident and we are appealing for any witnesses to please come forward.☎️ Please contact us 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting occurrence number *397760. ... MoreLess


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It'a getting worse.

Need to bring back National Service.

Danyelle Callan

Time to start giving tougher sentences It doesn/t matter how old they are,they are old enough to cause this trouble,so should take the punishment,welldone SWP.😪

This is one of the reasons I avoid being out in the city centre after 8pm, whenever I can. I rarely feel safe any time of the day in the city, but it gets worse after the shops start closing. Anyone who claims Cardiff is a safe city either don’t have to live and work here, or they go around with their eyes closed and their ears plugged.

Glad you’ve arrested them.... now what? .. an observation on the country is, there seem to be more lawless people with total disregard for the law. 😢 but well done SWP for trying. 🤨 yes bring back national service!

Feral kids again.

Bet the get NFA as usual

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1 day ago

South Wales Police Cardiff

As always, we are working with Cardiff Council / Cyngor Caerdydd #Nationalsafeguardingweek #keepingCardiffsafeThis week’s National Safeguarding Week will be marked across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan with a programme of events to reinforce the message that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. A series of crime prevention and safety awareness roadshows will be held this week including events at Cardiff University on Tuesday, November 12, 9.30am – 4pm; at the Llandaff Campus of Cardiff Metropolitan University on Wednesday, November 13, 9.30am – 3.30pm and Insole Court on Thursday, November 14, 11am – 2pm. Each event will include information stands and activities to raise awareness of scams, swindles, personal safety, security of personal property, knife crime and domestic abuse.A variety of other events will be open to the public, find out more here: #SafeguardingWales--Caiff Wythnos Ddiogelu Genedlaethol yr wythnos hon ei nodi ledled Caerdydd a Bro Morgannwg gyda rhaglen o ddigwyddiadau i atgyfnerthu’r neges bod diogelu’n gyfrifoldeb pawb. Caiff cyfres o sioeau teithiol yn codi ymwybyddiaeth o ddiogelwch ac atal trosedd ei chynnal gan gynnwys digwyddiadau ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd ddydd Mawrth 12 Tachwedd, 9.30am – 4pm; yng Nghampws Llandaf Prifysgol Fetropolitan Caerdydd ddydd Mercher 13 Tachwedd, 9.30am – 3.30pm a Cwrt Insole ddydd Iau 14 Tachwedd, 11am – 2pm. Bydd pob digwyddiad yn cynnwys stondinau gwybodaeth a gweithgareddau i godi ymwybyddiaeth o sgamiau, twyll, diogelwch personol, diogelwch eiddo personol, trosedd cyllell a cham-drin domestig.Bydd amrywiaeth o ddigwyddiadau ar agor i’r cyhoedd, dysgwch fwy #DiogeluCymru ... MoreLess

As always, we are working with Cardiff Council / Cyngor Caerdydd 

#nationalsafeguardingweek  #keepingCardiffsafe
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