During the period 2011/12, our team of Community Safety Wardens have carried out 45,864 miles of patrols within the Caerphilly County Borough.
They have also visited a total of 4,478 ‘hotspot’ locations and attended a total of 149 community meetings.
Our CCTV operators monitor 145 cameras throughout the county borough 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Over the same period 37, 582 Community Payback hours have been carried out within Caerphilly County Borough.
Gwent Police have introduced Neighbourhood Teams in every station, each team have dedicated Neighbourhood Constables and Police Community Support Officers, who have responsibility for specific Neighbourhoods and Wards within their area.
These teams are in addition to the “Police Response Teams”, who provide 24 hour policing to every area within Gwent.
The main aim of Neighbourhood Policing is to deal with issues that matter most to communities, and dedicated officers are now responsible for specific areas, so that members of the community have direct access to “their” officer.
Every Neighbourhood Policing Team has an email address and additional telephone numbers, so that residents are able to contact their local officers.
This section provides useful links to Gwent Police’s Neighbourhood Policing website. Whether you are looking for the current PACT priorities, or up to date crime statistics for your local area, you will find it here.