You can find information about police in your area
- on the South Wales Police if you live in Cardiff or Rhondda Cynon Taf.
- on the Gwent Police website if you live in Newport / Gwent.
Treforest and Glyntaff
- You can find information about Police Stations in South Wales online.
- You can attend a PACT meeting – PACT stands for “Partnerships and Communities Together”
- You can contact South Wales Police online
- Or you can tweet @SWPTaff
If you want to report a crime or problem, but it is not an emergency, you can use the phone number 101 to do so.
In an emergency, phone 999.
In Cardiff, South Wales Police has nominated several members of staff to act as liaison with students.
- Cardiff’s student liaison officers cover all student issues for all universities with campuses in Cardiff.
- Or you can tweet @swp_Students
Gwent Police’s Stow Hill Ward covers the Newport campus in Newport City Centre.
Community Policing Role
The role of community policing is to assist members of a specific community with the full support of the local police force. The police aims to provide a presence and act as a point of contact for people who are experiencing issues with crime and or anti-social behaviour.
However students are strongly encouraged to read our Personal safety top tips for basic information on how you can protect both you and your property.
Dates for the diary
The local police forces conduct Partnerships and Communities Together (PACT) meetings each month. The meetings are to discuss local issues that the community can resolve together. There has been a lack of students attending so this is your chance to make a difference to your community!