Heddlu Gwent Police
Last year, crime in Newport fell by 10%, that's over 1700 less people affected and by working together, we are determined to build on this success and reduce it even further.
We are working hard with partners such as Newport City Council and Newport City Homes to make the area a safer place to live, work and visit.
We have been listening to your concerns and will be focussing on:
improved policing of the city centre to reduce crime and alcohol related anti-social behaviour
an uncompromising approach to drug dealing, including a dedicated team to tackle this
firm action against individuals who repeatedly commit crime, making sure they face justice but also supporting those who want to change their lifestyle
further reduction of anti-social behaviour especially in the Victoria and Lliswerry wards
understanding the issues in your neighbourhood and working with you and our partners to solve local problems
Call 999 to report emergencies
Call 101 to report non-emergencies
Call 01633 838111 for general enquiries
Call Neighbourhood Policing Teams direct on:
01633 245289 (Newport City Centre)
01633 245484 (Newport East)
01633 245477 (Newport West)
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Come to a PACT meeting or police surgery - visit the Gwent Police website and enter your postcode for details of the next meeting in your area.
Drop in, or write to us. The main station is Newport Central, which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:1-3 Cardiff Road Newport South Wales NP20 2EH
Stop and talk to talk to us when you see us out and about on patrol. Keep your eyes peeled for our new mobile police station!
We look forward to seeing you soon.