South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner

Recent News
June 23, 2017

The events of recent weeks in the UK and the increasing demands on the police service have displayed why the way in which forces are funded has to change. While there have been announcements of additional spending on counter-terrorism and armed policin …

June 22, 2017

Following 23 applications from voluntary and third sector organisations for funding towards specialist victim services, 7 have been shortlisted to present their application to the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner’s Victim’s Fund Panel. The fun …

April 5, 2017

  Since its introduction in September 2016, Club Crew have been deployed within night time economy venues throughout South Wales and have successfully supported over 520 vulnerable individuals.  Club Crew are trained staff who work in night time e …

image of victims fund applications open slide March 20, 2017

The Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales is pleased to announce that the Victims Fund has been launched for a second year and is now open for applications. This is a £250,000 fund open to third sector organisations who deliver specialist services to victims of crime in South Wales.

March 10, 2017

Sporting heroes from the senior Welsh national rugby squad have lent their support to Operation Net Safe, the all Wales campaign to safeguard children.

March 8, 2017

The main role purpose is to provide and co-ordinate an inter-denominational pastoral support service to police officers and staff employed by South Wales Police, together with support for Special Constables, and other volunteers whilst deployed within the force, and their families.