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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.

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

Campaign tackles domestic violence ahead of Six Nations matches

On Thursday 31st January with the support of South Wales Police Minister for Communities and Local Government, Carl Sargeant, launched a campaign to tackle the increased levels of domestic abuse that occur around the time of major sporting events such as the Six Nations rugby tournament.


Pcso Bowen hosts crime prevention surgeries

Pcso Chris Bowen attended at the local Lidl store in Aberkenfig on Thursday 13th December and Thursday 10th January to meet with the public and give Crime Prevention advice.

Pcso Chris Bowen with Mr William Williams from Pen-Y-Fai

Police and landlords in Bridgend warn Christmas revellers to behave or be banned

Landlords in Bridgend are reminding revellers to be on their best behaviour over the busy festive period in order to ensure a good time is had by all.

Participating landlords of the Bridgend Pubwatch scheme will be working closely with South Wales Police and Safer Bridgend over the Christmas period in order to keep the town’s pubs and clubs safe.

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Joint working to tackle arson in Maesteg

Officers from Maesteg’s local policing team, Valleys 2 Coast and the Fire Service have been hitting the streets of the town to raise awareness of the dangers of arson.

Maesteg Local Policing Team, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service and Valleys To Coast.

Officers don their walking boots for mental wellbeing

Police officers and Police Community Support Officers from Bridgend have put on their walking boots in aid of Walking for Wellbeing.

PC Paul Evans, PCSO Paul Galtry, PCSO Scott Mercer and PCSO Katie Andrews with members of Hafal, Love 2 Walk, BAVO and the local community as they set off on their organised walk.

Police prepare to welcome visitors to Porthcawl's Elvis Festival

South Wales Police and its partner agencies will be working with the community to ensure visitors to this weekend’s Elvis Festival have an enjoyable and safe experience.

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Exceptional policing honoured at central BCU police awards ceremony

The hard work of police officers and staff who go above and beyond the call of duty has been recognised at the South Wales Police Central BCU Awards Ceremony.

Porthcawl NPT accepting the Teamwork award

Plasnewydd School Fete

PCSO’s Kim Harris and David Johnson attended at Plasnewydd school fete. The fete was well attended by various police departments including the fire arm and dog sections, as well as the fire service and various other partners. There was also a special appearance by Tarian the dragon who was there to entertain the youngsters at the fete.

Pcso's David Johnson and Kim Harris at the fete with the Police dogs and local youngsters

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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.