3:56pm Wednesday 6th August 2014
NEW powers to prevent antisocial behaviour in Newport are proving effective, police say, but one councillor has questioned whether such temporary measures will have a lasting effect if they are lifted.
4:13pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014
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ARRESTS of children by Gwent Police have more than halved in five years, mirroring the trend across England and Wales. A general fall in crime, restorative justice projects, and a focus on trying to prevent young people from becoming involved in crime in the first place, are all factors.
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MUCH of the attention paid to crime is based on what offenders get as punishment, if the prison sentence is too lenient or too harsh, whether or not prisoners should have the vote or whether they should have a TV or other mod cons in their cell.
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3:19pm Wednesday 18th September 2013
As a new Victim’s Charter is launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Ian Johnston, LAURA LEA speaks to Mandy Wilmot, who works at the heart of victim services, to find out what this means for Gwent’s victims.
5:20pm Wednesday 29th May 2013
The government is consulting on plans to reform the criminal legal aid system in England and Wales in a bid to save £220 million. NATALIE CROCKETT spoke to solicitors in Gwent about how it will affect them.
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