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Crime

The men have been bailed to appear before Cardiff Magistrates on Thursday 19 February

Gwent men charged with conspiring to supply class A drugs and money laundering offences

SUPPORT: Gwent Police is supporting Stonewall Cymru’s no bystanders campaign during anti-bullying week.

CRIME FILE: Standing up to bullying and hate crimes

ABUSE: In the last five years 26 children under the age of 16 have been charged for sexual offences on other under 16s in Gwent. Picture is posed by a model

CRIME FILE: ‘Sexting’ can lead to threat of child abuse

SUPPORT: Gwent Police and the PCC launched a new victims’ charter

CRIME FILE: Domestic abuse scheme working

CRIME FILE: Domestic abuse may be classed as crime

ORDER MADE: CSO Perrie Di Ronato and CSO Jack Purcell gathered the evidence to obtain the order.

CRIME FILE: Dispersal order keeps peace on city streets

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CRIME FILE: Wales could bring in domestic abuse bill

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SOME OF THE 28 CELLS AT NEWPORT CENTRAL POLCE STATION. (1588578)

CRIME FILE: New kinds of justice can cut child arrests

ON THE UP: Things are improving for motorists

CRIME FILE: Cutting speed to cut road deaths

Gwent Police appoint new Deputy Chief Constable

Appeal after man assaulted outside Monmouth pub

Appeal after teen is assaulted in racist attack

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CRIME FILE: New guidance to give thieves just deserts

CRIME FILE: Centres provide vital help for rape victims

CRIME FILE: Centres provide vital help for rape victims

MONEY Finances 083581 (1139757)

CRIME FILE: Victim Support celebrates its 40th anniversary

DANGER: Don’t drink and drive

CRIME FILE: It’s the season again for drink drive blitz

Gimps of Cwmbran Facebook page (902685)

CRIME FILE: Tackling the rise of cyber bullying

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THE CRIME FILE: Gwent PCC scheme turning bad money into good

SUPPORT: Gwent Police and the PCC launched a new victims’ charter

Crime File: The Victim's Charter

‘UNWORKABLE’: Newport solicitor Rod Young says the Government’s plans to change the legal aid process are ‘insane’

THE CRIME FILE: Legal aid changes ‘insane’

DELIGHTED TO BE BACK: Superintendent Mark Warrender

CRIME FILE: More can be done to cut crime - top Newport cop

TACKLES HUGE VARIETY OF PROBLEMS: Landscape crime officer PC Rob Maddocks

THE CRIME FILE: Green PC looks after Gwent's landscape

GATHERING INFORMATION: Diana Binding, left, and Sian Thomas, team managers with Wales Probation service carry out interviews

THE CRIME FILE: Tackling domestic abuse

‘HARE-BRAINED IDEA’: Gwent Police Federation chairman Jeff Mapps

THE CRIME FILE: Fast-track plan for top police slammed

KEEPING PASSENGERS SAFE: British Transport Police can often be seen patrolling trains and stations

THE CRIME FILE: British Transport Police

CHECKS: Police on the trail of metal thieves

THE CRIME FILE: Police’s steel resolve to crush metal theft

INCREASE: Burglary is a violation. Picture posed by model

THE CRIME FILE: Abergavenny burglary crackdown

PRICE OF AN ATTACK: The Ministry of Justice is considering cutting criminal injuries compensation

THE CRIME FILE: Austerity may affect the victims of crime

COLLABORATION: PC Jo Melen, left, and PCSO Perrie Eedy on patrol in Newport city centre

THE CRIME FILE: Making Newport safer may make it prosper more

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