Safer Newport is the city's community safety partnership and delivers on emerging local community safety issues and problem solving for:
- Safer City Centre
- Anti-Social Behaviour
- Serious and Organised Crime initiatives
- Local neighbourhood issues that may arise
- Local funding applications
Safer Newport is chaired by Superintendent Ian Roberts, Gwent Police and Beverly Owen, Strategic Director (Place), Newport City Council. Membership includes Gwent Police, Newport City Council, South Wales Fire & Rescue Service, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and the National Probation Service.
Acting as the community safety partnership Safer Newport also has the responsibility to make sure Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHR) are carried out within the city, which are required by law. Click on the above link for further information.
NP19 Community Grant Event
Attend Ringland and Alway Community Grant Event on Thursday 25th April 2019, 2pm - 4pm at Ringland Labour Club.
Have your say on which projects deserve funding of up to £5,000 each with a total of £15,000 available! Submit a bid for up to £5,000 and improve the areas of Ringland and Alway by preventing crime, protecting the vulnerable or supporting potential victims of crime and anti-social behaviour.
The deadline for submitting bids ended on 15 April 2019.