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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.

Targeting Untaxed Vehicles

South Wales Police traffic wardens and DVLA clamping unit carry out operation to target untaxed vehicles throughout the borough of Bridgend

features Bridgend Senior Traffic Warden Barri Williams, and DVLA Enforcement Officer Lloyd Gilby, with a vehicle clamped during the operation.

Targeting illegal vehicle trading in Porthcawl

A joint operation to tackle illegal vehicle trading has been carried at a number of locations in Bridgend County Borough. Among the areas targeted was the Esplanade and Sea Front at Porthcawl. The operation involved officers from Bridgend County Borough Council Trading Standards Service, Neighbourhood Policing Officers, and Vehicle Examiners from the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA).

features PC Andrew Purser, and VOSA Vehicle Examiner Bob Hill examining car.

Wildmill street sign design project

Local youngsters from Wildmill Youth Works have taken part in a street sign design project, with the aim of tackling excessive vehicle speed, through the Wildmill Housing Estate, in Bridgend.

features Youth Works Project Co-ordinator Tyrone Hughes (back left), AM Carwyn Jones (back right), with local youngsters displaying one of the proposed signs.

Sarn Nurserywalk to school project

Children from Sarn Nursery School, Bridgend, have taken part in a Walk to School project, as part of the eco schools programme, with the aim of keeping fit, and helping the natural environment.

Hollie Morgan, Caitlyn Ralph, Dani Thomas, Lauren Byrne, holding their Odeon Cinema Guest Passes, with PC Bethan Jones.

Blaengarw school pupils on Zig Zag Patrol

The pupils of Blaengarw Primary School, Bridgend, have this morning carried out a patrol aimed at stopping vehicles parking on the schools zig zag lines. The school council members, Demi Ward (aged 10), Emily Richards (aged 10), Cian Johns (aged 10), and Will Jones (aged 7), who carried out the patrol, were accompanied by Bridgend County Borough Council Road Safety Officer Simon Ladbrook.

Photo features Road Safety Officer Simon Ladbrook, Cian Johns, Demi Ward, Emily Richards, Will Jones, and Teacher Sue Baty, with the Ã?Â?Ã?Â?Ã?Â?Ã?Â?Stay Clear Children Are NearÃ?Â?Ã?Â?Ã?Â?Ã?Â? banner.

South Wales Police operation targets scrambler bike annoyance

The Neighbourhood Policing Teams from Maesteg and Bridgend have carried out an operation to target scrambler bike annoyance. The operation named Palmair, also involved the South Wales Police Off Road Unit, along with cross-divisional support from off road officers from the Neath Port Talbot Division.

South Wales Police Off Road Unit, as they get deployed to problematic scrambler sites in the Caerau area

Multi agency Operation to reduce incidents of glass and forestry fires in Caerau

The Safer Bridgend Community Partnership yesterday carried out continued activities as part of Operation Air Strike, which is a multiple agency initiative to tackle grass and forestry fires, at known problematic locations throughout the Borough of Bridgend.

South Wales Police air support unit Helicopter

Council grant buys camera for county crime hotspots

Communities constantly troubled by anti-social behaviour are to receive help in the form of a new CCTV camera.

Communities First offices open in Caerau

Caerau Communities First celebrated the opening of their new community offices at Caerau Police Station, in Dyffryn Road on Monday, 24 July by hosting a family fun day.

Children having fun at  the fun day

Campaign launched to tackle Alcohol related Anti Social Behaviour in Porthcawl

South Wales Police, along with the Safer Bridgend Partnership, and licensees, today launched a campaign to tackle alcohol related anti social behaviour, and violent crime, in Porthcawl.

T-shirt, posters and plastic glasses for violent crime campaign

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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.