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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.

Neighbourhood policing team organise event to advise local residents on how to avoid doorstep crime

Porthcawl residents attended an event organised by their local policing Team, where they were provided with crime reduction advice and information on how to avoid being a victim of doorstep crime.

PCSO Hughes, PCSO Wesgate and  Deborah Elward, Central Crime Reduction Tactical Advisor with some members of the community who attended the meeting to share their doorstep crime concerns.

Reaching out to vulnerable people over the festive period

Aberkenfig Neighbourhood Policing Team is reaching out to the more vulnerable members of their community during the festive period. PCSO Lesley Davies is delivering some festive cheer by reaching out to these individuals with the help of Bridgend County Borough Mobile Library.

Ryan Jenkins (Mobile Library), PCSO Lesley Davies, Philip Lewis (Mobile Library)

Multi-agency operation in Bridgend - keeping revellers safe after Wales v Australia match

Officers will be carrying out a meet and greet service to those arriving into Bridgend town centre on Saturday night after Wales take on Australia in Cardiff.


Volunteers help deliver crime prevention messages

An army of volunteers has hit the streets of Porthcawl to advise residents on how to steer clear of crime.

Volunteers raising awareness of crime prevention

Anti Social Behaviour drop for South Wales

Anti-social behaviour in South Wales has dropped by 38% in the last year, according to figures released by the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales today.

Police and Crime Commissioneer Alun Michael

Partners across Porthcawl working together

Local publicans from Porthcawl have joined forces with South Wales Police to make the town a safe place to visit this summer. They are working together to help reduce violent crime and to help combat anti social behaviour.

Police and Partners promoting Porthcawl Pubwatch

Community Safety fun day a huge success

The Community Safety Partnership family fun day which took place at Bridgend Police Station this year, was once again a huge success with well in excess of 3,000 visitors enjoying the glorious sunshine and range of activities and organisations.

Billy Blue with Pcso Dave Johnson

Family Fun Day, Sunday 9 June 2013

​A Family Fun Day is being held at Bridgend Police Station (Brackla Street) on Sunday 9 June between 11am and 4pm.


Deaf PACT Meeting for Bridgend

South Wales Police has teamed up with Bridgend Deaf Club to set up a series of Deaf PACT meetings in the town.

The event will run the same way as any other PACT meeting, but a sign language expert from the Wales Interpretation and translation Service will attend as an interpreter giving attendees the chance to air their policing concerns.

Deaf PACT Meeting

Police turn mouseketeers to promote e-safety

The Mickey Mouse club gained a few uniformed cast members last weekend when South Wales Police became e-safety Mouseketeers!

Pcso Chris Warlow with young people at the Disney Store learning about e-safety

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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.