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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.

Officers in Bridgend crack down on anti-social behaviour in Hendre area of Pencoed

Police in Bridgend, along with community partners, worked together recently to find out more about people’s opinion of anti-social behaviour (ASB) in the Hendre area of Pencoed.

PCSO Meurig Colman, Fire Officer Elliot Frewen and Valleys to Coast Housing Association representative Andrew Wood.

Orange Wallet Scheme launched to help disabled people travelling on public transport

On Friday 31st October South Wales Police hosted an event to launch the Orange Wallet Scheme aimed to improve the experiences of disabled people travelling on public transport.

Bike marking scheme

Come along to Brackla Community Centre on Friday 15th August, 11am-2pm for crime prevention advice with your local Neighbourhood Policing Team

South Wales Police introduce measures to tackle violent crime

A number of new initiatives have recently been introduced by South Wales Police to counter violent crime, including focussing on alcohol-related incidents. Tactics such as introducing plastic glasses in pubs, challenging ID when purchasing alcohol and introducing procedures in partnership with licenced premises, have all proved successful.

Violence is a crime poster

Five people banned by Pyle and Kenfig Pubwatch scheme

Five people have been banned, two for life, from a number of pubs and bars in Pyle, Cornelly, Maudlam, Kenfig, and Cefn Cribwr in a decision by Pubwatch members.

Pubwatch logo

First Domestic Violence Protection Orders granted in Bridgend

Police in Bridgend have successfully taken out their first new banning orders to protect the victims of domestic abuse.

Porthcawl PCSOs offer up crime prevention advice to surfers

The Neighbourhood Policing Team from Porthcawl are warning surfers to look after their car keys while in the water so that an afternoon of surfing doesn’t turn into a moment of regret.

PCSOs offering crime prevention advice in Porthcawl

Brynteg pupils host tea party for the elderly in partnership with South Wales Police

A tea party for older residents living in the Bridgend area was hosted by a group of pupils from Brynteg Comprehensive School last week.

Pc Sam Thompson, PCSO Peter Simpson, pupils from Brynteg Comprehensive and members of the community at the tea party

Police in Porthcawl to give out free shed alarms to help beat the burglar

The Neighbourhood Police Team in Porthcawl is helping residents secure their property by giving out free shed alarms.

South Wales Police team up with Halfords for free bike marking

Officers from Bridgend teamed up with Halfords this week to offer a free bike marking scheme.

Members of the South Wales Police Triathlon Team were at Halfords on Tuesday 1st July to launch the scheme, where new bikes will be marked to make them more secure.

Members of South Wales Police Triathlon team, PC Paul Evans and PC Sam Beaumont, with Halfords Deputy Manager Danielle Evans.

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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.