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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.

Police crack down on licence breaches at seven premises in Bridgend County

Police in Bridgend have used their powers under the Licensing Act, working with the local authority, to either revoke or suspend licenses on seven premises in Bridgend County over the past 18 months.

'Beat Street' Project uses football to tackle underage drinking in Caerau

Following on from concerns raised by locals, a project which tackles underage drinking and anti social behaviour on the streets of Caerau is using football to stamp out anti social behaviour in the community.

Police launch scrambler bike crackdown in Blackmill

PCSOs have teamed up with Coity Wallia Commons Project to tackle scrambler bike annoyance, and illegal motor vehicle anti-social behaviour, in and around Blackmill.

Pcso Wesgate with Emma Douglas and the Green Machine

Dog owners encouraged to be the eyes, ears and paws of local communities!

Dog owners in Bridgend County Borough are being encouraged to be the eyes, ears and paws of local communities in a brand new scheme aimed at tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.

Paws on Patrol scheme launching in Bridgend and Porthcawl

Community Safety Partners are launching a 'Paws on Patrol' scheme, encouraging dog walkers to keep an eye out when walking their dogs and to report any suspicious activity.

Paws on Patrol

Pyle and Kenfig Pubwatch support Christmas drink drive campaign

Pyle and Kenfig Pubwatch members have joined forces with their local fire station to raise awareness of the 2014 drink drive campaign.

Pubwatch launch

Bridgend police team up with Heronsbridge School and donate bikes

Police in Bridgend have linked in with Heronsbridge school and are helping them with a new project which see any unclaimed bikes are donated to the school. The pupils from Heronsbridge will then repair the bikes and sell them to low income families, and families in deprived areas, to encourage families to take up cycling.

Pcso Heather Dobbs at the Heronsbridge Re-Cycle Project

Raising the flag for the White Ribbon Campaign

The county borough took a big step forward in the fight against domestic abuse this morning, as councillors were joined by representatives from the police, fire service, health sector and local domestic abuse charities to raise the White Ribbon flag above the Civic Offices in Bridgend.

Council prepares for 16 days of action to support White Ribbon Campaign

We will not stay silent about domestic abuse.
That’s the message from Bridgend County Borough Council as it prepares for 16 days of action to support the White Ribbon Campaign.

Police warn motorists: Don’t leave items on display

Motorists in Bridgend are being warned to remove all valuables from their vehicles to prevent them from becoming a victim of car crime.

Car crime prevention display

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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.