Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Ian Johnston, says his police and crime plan will give Gwent residents a clearer picture of his work.
The police and crime plan enables residents of Gwent to see in greater detail what they can expect from me, their Police Commissioner, during my time in office.
I have listened to concerns raised by residents and victims of crime in the many communities I have visited since I took up the post, and this is my chance to explain what I am going to do tackle those concerns.
I pledge to put victims at the heart of everything I do, and ensure that people in Gwent are less affected by crime and anti social behaviour.
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