South Wales Police & Crime Panel (Dec)
The Police and Crime Commissioner is subject to scrutiny by a Police and Crime Panel, which provides…
South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael has responded to comments made today by North Wales Police & Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones around the use of F…Read More >
The South Wales Police and Crime Panel (the Panel) is looking for a committed and enthusiastic individual to join the Panel as an Independent Co-opted Member until 31st O…Read More >
A report into the nature and prevalence of prostitution in England & Wales has been published today by the Home Office.
The research, conducted by the University of B…Read More >
On Thursday 3rd October at Cardiff County Hall, Police & Crime Commissioner, Rt Hon Alun Michael, welcomed partners from across South Wales to formally launch a new j…Read More >
This week Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael held the first of a series of recognition events to acknowledge the ongoing commitment and support of officers and st…Read More >
Responding to the conclusion of the Judicial Review around the use of Facial Recognition by South Wales Police, Police & Crime Commissioner Alun Michael said:
“My pri…Read More >
The South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner is one of eighteen Commissioners across England & Wales to have been awarded part of a £35m fund to establish a specia…Read More >
South Wales Police is pleased to invite applications for the post of Deputy Chief Constable.
If successful you will be joining the busiest force in Wales and one of the b…Read More >
Fearless.org, the youth service of the charity Crimestoppers, is launching a new film this week to raise awareness of how ‘County Lines’ drug gangs exploit young people t…Read More >
The South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner Team has received a national Silver award for the quality of its independent custody visiting scheme.
The inaugural Indepe…Read More >
South Wales Victim Focus, part of independent national charity Victim Support, today hosted the first South Wales Victim Focus Conference to discuss how agencies can work…Read More >
The Welsh Government have announced a £200,000 grant scheme for individuals and organisations across Wales who undertake activities with those who are…Read More >
An initiative that helps women offenders in South Wales & Gwent turn their lives around has been recognised with a commendation from the Howard Le…Read More >
An innovative partnership between Cardiff Metropolitan University and The South Wales Police Youth Trust is delivering positive results in youth offen…Read More >