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Current activities and recent events

Take a look below to find out about recent events, projects and initiatives supported by Bridgend Community Safety Partnership.

Day of Action against Drugs

South Wales Police arrested 14 people and summonsed another nine to appear in Court following a day of action against drugs in Bridgend and the Vale of Glamorgan yesterday (Wednesday February 9th).

Operation Molecule to target drink drivers in Ogmore Valley

Cardiff Blues and Welsh rugby international front row forward Gareth Williams was on hand recently to mark the launch of a police operation in the Ogmore Valley designed to raise awareness about the dangers of drink driving.

Gareth Williams joins pupils from Year six at Nantymoel Primary school holding up their beer mat designs that will distributed throughout the valley.  Also pictured are members of Nantymoel RFC and PC Sally Thomas.

Bridgend Drugs Arrests

Bridgend Police have arrested four people for drugs offences after conducting searches of houses in the town.

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New Bicycles for Porthcawl Bobbies

A leading Porthcawl bicycle retailer has come to the help of the local police and provided the local Neighbourhood Policing Teams with four brand new top-of-the-range bicycles.

Peter Fenton and the Mayor of Porthcawl Cllr Alana Davies present the new bicycles to Chief Superintendent Carl Davies and Porthcawl neighbourhood police.

Llangynwyd students say “think before you drink!!”

Pupils from the Llynfi valley have been working hard to do their bit to prevent Christmas upset.

This year the Maesteg Neighbourhood Policing Team has had some welcome assistance to help them implement the annual South Wales Police Christmas Anti Drink and Drug Driving Campaign.

PCSO Bella Rees with some of the beer mats designed by Llynfi Valley youngsters.

A Safer Bridgend for Christmas

Safer Bridgend has launched its 2010 Christmas campaign under the umbrella of South Wales Police’s operation Blitzen.

PC Stuart Morgan, Bridgend Town Neighbourhood Beat Manager is pictured with Mr Mike Jones, Manager of the Rhiw Shopping Centre and Treasurer of Bridgend Business Against Crime and Rhiannon Kingsley, Bridgend Town Centre Manager.

BCBC shows its support for the White Ribbon campaign

Bridgend County Borough Council has pledged its ongoing support to fighting domestic abuse with the launch of this year’s White Ribbon Campaign.

Council leader Mel Nott with Sergeant Mcgill and John Davies (CSP co-ordinator) supporting the white ribbon campaign

Maesteg Alley Gates a big success

In February 2010 gates were installed in a problematic lane In Maesteg to improve the quality of life for local residents in the prevention of crime, disorder and Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB).

Cllr Keith Edwards and Cllr Mal Reeves with BCBC Community Safety and welfare officer Emma-Louise Maher

Christmas is a magical time of year and a wonderful sight. Especially to burglars!

Homes are more frequently left empty in the whirlwind of shopping trips, social events and visits. It’s a busy time of year for you but Christmas can also be a busy time in the burglar's calendar.

Burgular stop here sign

First Bridgend Summer Arts College success

An art exhibition created by eight local teenagers has been displayed at Bridgend County Borough Council’s Civic Offices.

The innovative work is the result of a project carried out by Bridgend Youth Offending Service when it ran its first Summer Arts College earlier this year.

Jo Farrar BCBC Chief executive and Council Leader Councillor Mel Nott with the Summer arts project participants

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If you have recently been involved in a community project check out our photo gallery to see if you have been snapped.

Your car may be at risk if you don't hide your keys

There has been a recent spate of dwelling burglaries in the borough where burglars are breaking into houses, taking the car keys and stealing the car and other posessions.

Home Fire Safety Checks

South Wales Fire and Rescue Services carries out approximately 6000 Home Fire Safety Checks and fit approximately 12000 smoke alarms in homes throughout the area each year.