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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.

Operation Denver - Targeting Anti social behaviour in the Ogmore Valley

The Ogmore Valley Neighbourhood Policing Team has carried out a Pact led Operation named Denver to target anti social behaviour in the Blackmill, Nantymoel, Ogmore Vale, and Pant-Yr-Awel areas.

Operation Swordfish - Targeting Motoring offences in Pencoed

The Pencoed Neighbourhood Policing Team has carried out Operation Swordfish to target motoring offences. As part of the operation, a number of high visibility patrols were conducted targeting motoring offences, including driving without wearing a seatbelt, using a mobile phone, and speeding.

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Brackla community council provide their neighbourhood Policing team with a hand held laser speed meter to tackle excess vehicle speed in Brackla

The Brackla Community Council has funded the purchase of a Unipar SL700 hand held laser speed meter, which will be used by the Brackla Neighbourhood Policing Team.

features (from left to right) PC Steve Carpenter, Brackla Community Council Chair David Sage, and Sergeant Mark Upritchard, with the SL700 hand held laser speed meter.

Pride in our communities - Keep Wales Tidy

The project in Bridgend is funded by Valleys 2 Coast Housing Association, Environment Agency Wales and Bridgend County Borough Council.

Within the county of Bridgend, the Pride in Our Communities officer will initially work with the communities of Caerau and Cornelly to encourage residents to help tackle the problem of fly-tipping.

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South Wales Police and BCBC enforcement officer carry out operation to target dog fouling and Litter in Maesteg

The Maesteg Neighbourhood Policing Team and Bridgend County Borough Council have carried out a PACT – led operation to target dog fouling and litter incidents, throughout Maesteg.

features PCSO Jude Jones, concerned local resident Mari Jeffery, Iestyn Jeffery, Enforcement Officer Marshall Greer, and Tuscan the dog.

South Wales Police museum visit for pupils from Arch Deacon John Lewis Primary school

25 pupils from Arch Deacon John Lewis Primary School, in Brackla, Bridgend, have taken part in an educational visit to the South Wales Police Museum, at Police Headquarters, on Cowbridge Road, Bridgend.

Picture features a pupil on a police motorbike, and trying on a helmet.

Young people decorate Pontycymmer Police Station, as part of the YOT Reparation programme

Pontycymmer Police Station has received an interior makeover, thanks to the help of 6 young people involved in the Youth Offending Team reparation programme. The police station has been painted by the young people over a number of weeks of refurbishment work.

features (back row from left) PC Chris Thomas, Chris Jones (Anti Social Behaviour Support Worker), Angharad Hughes (YOT Reparation Officer), Sergeant Chris Truscott, and (front from left) PCSO Richard Thomas, Nathan Jones, and PCSO Dave Wilkinson, inside the refurbished Pontycymmer Police Station.

Targeting motoring offences in Pencoed

The Pencoed Neighbourhood Policing Team will be conducting a number of operations over the next few weeks, to target motoring offences, including driving without wearing a seatbelt, using a mobile phone, and speeding.

Westpark Primary school pupils take part in Kerbcraft road safety initiative in Nottage, Porthcawl

Pupils at WestparkPrimary School, in Nottage, Porthcawl, have taken part in a road safety project named Kerbcraft. As part of the project, the pupils have learnt how to cross roads safely, and have been given lessons on the green cross code.

features (back row, from left) PCSO Leighton Rees, PCSO Laura Bigmore, PCSO Jacquetta Jones, parent Joanne Adams, and (front row) the pupils in their high visibility jackets

Enforcement operation carried out in Maesteg resulting in 14 arrests

Neighbourhood Policing Teams throughout the Maesteg policing sector have conducted a multiple crime enforcement operation, named Anchorage, resulting in 14 arrests.

The operation involved officers from the OgmoreValley, GarwValley, Maesteg, Caerau, and Aberkenfig Neighbourhood Policing Teams.

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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.