Social media plays a significant role in keeping residents of Gwent updated daily.

Our Facebook pages are available in English and Welsh. 

To follow our English Facebook page, visit www.facebook.com/gwentpolice 

To follow our Welsh Facebook page, visit www.facebook.com/heddlugwent 

Gwent Police are committed to keeping you up to date with current and ongoing incidents.  This can range from the extreme, to road closures as a result of recent road traffic collisions, to missing people.

The private message function within Facebook is available from 8am to 8pm but we do not currently take reports of crime on social media.

To contribute to the Gwent Police Facebook page you'll need to be aged 13+ and be a registered member of Facebook. Please see Facebook's terms: www.facebook.com/legal/terms

By liking our page and interacting with the Gwent Police page and other fans of the page, you agree to abide by our simple House Rules.

Why hasn't my crime been publicised on social media?

It is the decision of the Investigating Officer whether to publicise or appeal for information. We suggest you speak to your investigating officer to discuss if publicity would be beneficial? If you don't have his or her direct number, please call 101, and we can help you speak to the Investigating Officer in your case.