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  • London drug dealers
    London drug dealers arrested in Cardiff hotel

    London drug dealers who set up shop in a Cardiff hotel to deal heroin and crack cocaine have been jailed for a total of nearly 30 years.

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    Precious medal returned to Army veteran

    An Army Veteran has been reunited with his stolen service medal which was just 48 hours away from being auctioned.

  • Seatbelt Results
    Over 300 people in South Wales charged with not wearing a seatbelt

    Between 7th and 21st March all four Welsh police forces carried out their Seatbelt Campaign to raise awareness amongst drivers and passengers of the dangers of not wearing seatbelts in the event of a collision. South Wales Police charged 347 people during the campaign, last year the force charged 360. For the rest of Wales, […]

  • Don't Let Fraudsters Ruin Your Pilgrimage
    A national campaign to tackle Hajj fraud within Muslim communities is launched this week

    During the week of April 18-22, South Wales Police is supporting a campaign run by the City of London Police and the Council of British Hajjis which is aiming to raise awareness and encourage reporting of Hajj fraud within Muslim communities throughout the UK.

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    Speeding has consequences

    Last year over 41% of all fatalities in the South Wales Police area showed excessive speed as a contributing factor. South Wales Police is working with its partners to promote The European Traffic Police Network campaign to reduce death and serious injury due to speeding on the roads of South Wales. Martyn Stone, Chief Inspector, […]

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    National Stalking Awareness Week 2016

    This week is National Stalking Awareness Week and we are supporting the Suzy Lamplugh Trust 2016 campaign – Stalking Counts – which includes the affects of cyberstalking.

  • PCs Martyn Langan and Mark Davies with Sergeant Tim Barrell at the Neath rogue trader check point
    Vehicles seized and arrest made: Rogue Trader Week 2016

    This week police forces across the country have been taking part in a nationwide initiative to target rogue traders and provide education and reassurance to the public on how to deal with unscrupulous or unwanted callers.

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    South Wales Police Public Service Centre accredited with accolade for people management

    Organisations that meet the world-recognised Investors in People (IIP) standard reflect the very best in people management excellence. Since 2013 South Wales Police has worked with Investors in People to develop improved people management, polices and processes. During the assessment there were four phases to complete • Phase one, discovery, which looked at how aligned […]

  • Fraud Alert for Fake Email Addresses

    This alert is a reminder to be aware of emails that appear to have been sent from a legitimate organisation.

  • Fraud Alert: Vishing Fraud Targeting Vulnerable People

    The NFIB has received intelligence that fraudsters are using vishing techniques to gather bank account details of vulnerable people.

  • Fraud Alert: Payment Diversion Alert

    Fraudsters are targeting members of the public who are expecting to make a payment for property repairs.

  • Fraud Alert: Fraudsters Targeting Senior Executives

    The City of London Police has become aware of a method whereby fraudsters target residential premises specifically in affluent areas of London and steal post to identify senior executives within companies and organisations.

  • The Good Citizen Award Scam

    Action Fraud has been receiving reports of an advanced fee fraud whereby suspects phone a member of the public and claim to be calling on behalf of the UK (or British) Government Grant Department.

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    Commissioner and Chief Constable sign up to UN Convention of the Rights of the Child

    At a special ceremony today (Wednesday March 23rd) South Wales Police became the first police force in the UK to sign up to the principles of the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).

  • Chip before it's too late
    Chip before it’s too late

    South Wales Police is reminding dog owners as of the 6th April 2016 the law regarding microchipping of dogs is changing in England, Scotland and Wales.

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    Super Sunday for Cohesion Cup

    A community football tournament organised by South Wales Police is reaching fever pitch with the semi-finals taking place this weekend.

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    Working in partnership for a better game

    South Wales Police, Swansea City Football Club and Cardiff City Football Club are working together to get essential information out to people on match days.

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    Tackling Alcohol Safer Communities highlights consequences of excessive drinking

    A new initiative has been launched in South Wales to highlight the consequences of excessive drinking to people who commit alcohol-related crime.

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    FRAUD ALERT: National ID Card Fraud

    The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau’s (NFIB) proactive intelligence team are warning that victims are being contacted electronically by fraudsters claiming to be from the Home Office offering them a National ID Card for Commonwealth Citizenship.

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