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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.

Maesteg litter pick

PCSO’s Kim Harris and David Johnson of Maesteg and Caerau NPT along with the help of Pupils from Plasnewydd School and staff at Tesco Maesteg attended to the area around Tesco, Forge path and Maesteg welfare park to conduct a litter pick. The pick was very successful and approx 8 bags of rubbish were collected from the area. A big thank you to everyone involved

PCSO’s Kim Harris and David Johnson with pupils and staff for the litter pick

Police in Porthcawl launch Surf Watch initiative

With the summer almost upon us, police in Porthcawl are reminding surfers to think security before setting off to ride the waves.

PC Chris Bluck, PCSO Leighton Rees and PS Mike Davies with the Northcore key pouches at Rest Bay

Bridgend Family Information Service annual fun day 2012

Bridgend family information services Annual Exhibition & Fun Day took place at the Bridgend Recreation Centre on Thursday 5th April. With the exciting build up to London 2012 in mind an ‘Olympic’ theme was chosen for this year’s event. Organisers and stand holders along with many of the children dressed in their sports gear to add to the fun.

Young people at the fun day

Don’t ignore domestic abuse

Safer Bridgend has reported that more people are coming forward to seek help for domestic abuse at an earlier stage.

This means that organisations have been able to work together at a faster rate to intervene and help people from a variety of different communities and backgrounds.

Domestic abuse photo

Time called on anti-social drinking in Porthcawl

A successful ongoing initiative which is tackling alcohol-related anti-social behaviour is being extended to Porthcawl.

Alcohol bottles

A green light for safer pubs and clubs

An innovative ‘traffic light’ scheme is promoting a safer approach to alcohol in local pubs, clubs and restaurants.

PCSO training helps keep communities safe

Monthly training sessions are helping Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) develop their problem solving and neighbourhood management skills.

Safer Bridgend launches community cohesion strategy and hate crime campaign

Safer Bridgend, Bridge FM’s Lee Jukes and Billy Blue were in Bridgend town centre this week to mark the launch of the borough’s community cohesion strategy and hate crime campaign.

Pcsos participate in Garnwen trust walk

PCSO’s Kim Harris and David Johnson attended 'A walk for Al' organised by the Garnwen Trust Charity. The Walk is now in its fifth year and attracts up to 500 people who join us for a memorable day out.

Pcso Kim Harris and Pcso David Johnson with participants of 'A walk for Al'

Newton dunes clear up

Groundwork active play group were disappointed when a recent visit to Newton Dunes was postponed by play workers due to the amount of rubbish in the area.

Pcso Holly Prosser with the young volunteers clear up

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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.