The police service regularly disseminates information to other bodies for publication.
Listed below are website addresses that will help direct you to routinely published information and other areas of particular interest:
Forcewide Unitary Authorities
Listed below are the Unitary Authorities that make up the Gwent Police force area. Also included is the Gwent Police Authority website:
Freedom Of Information Related Sites
The Information Commissioner's website
Further information relating to FOI and Data Protection, the role of the Information Commissioner and other related sites.
The Department for Constitutional Affairs (formerly The Lord Chancellors Department)
A full copy of the FOI Act and Lord Chancellors guidance can be found here as well as background information on the Act and secondary legislation.
Policing and Statistics
The links below contain further details of the police service in the UK and how it carries out its duties:
Police Service Site for the UK
A comprehensive site providing useful links to all official regional and non-regional police force sites and related organisations such as ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers). Also provides links to other groups including Victim Support and police associations.
Home Office Site
Provides substantial information on UK policing including crime prevention advice, police reform and details of police complaints. Links to a number of government publications and documents are also available.
Hosts a number of links to websites ranging from Animal Welfare to National Security.
Listed below are sites of local or regional interest:
The Safety Camera Partnership of Gwent, South Wales and Dyfed-Powys forces
This site is a primary source for all issues relating to speed cameras in the region which includes a list of camera sites, frequently asked questions, statistic relating to speeding and public opinion surveys. The site also provides a link to the Driving Standards Agency.
National Safety Camera Site
Links to all other Safety Camera Partnerships and further details about cameras and speed information.
Young Dragons (Cymraeg: Dreigiau Ifanc) is a partnership led by HRH The Prince of Wales that aims to increase opportunities for young people to engage in structured activities that benefit local communities and involves collaboration between uniformed youth organisations
"The force is not responsible for the content or reliability of any of the websites referenced, and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them. Listings shall not be taken as endorsement of any kind. We cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and we have no control over availability of the linked pages."