Supporting vulnerable people and tackling anti-social behaviour in Cardiff city centre
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South Wales Police continues to works closely with Cardiff Council and the voluntary sector in supporting vulnerable people on our streets.
We encourage vulnerable people to engage with the many support agencies and outreach services that are available in Cardiff.
We are concerned about anti-social behaviour within the city centre, some of which is related to alcohol and drugs.
Such behaviour can prove intimidating, unpleasant and unwelcoming to those visiting or working in the area.
Robustly tackling these issues remain a daily priority for the City Centre Policing Team.
As well as uniformed officers patrolling the streets, we also have a plain-clothes team that regularly patrol the city centre to target those who seek to commit crime.
In addition to these daily patrols, the street is monitored 24/7 by CCTV operators.
A number of Coronavirus restrictions remain in place, and it is important that people take personal responsibility and follow them, for their own safety and that of others.