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Safeguarding Week - Talking Saves Lives.

Monday, 16th November will mark the beginning of Safeguarding Week 2020 and Cwm Taf Morgannwg Safeguarding Board (CTMSB)

03 November 2020

Any Man Can…be a victim of domestic abuse

A campaign to raise awareness that men can be victims of domestic abuse has been developed by the CTMSB, in collaboration with the Cwm Taf Morgannwg VAWDASV (Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence) Steering Group.

09 July 2020

Protecting and Safeguarding Older People: Covid-19 Information Pack

For older people at risk of or experiencing abuse, and those who have been the victims of crime or targeted by criminals, the recent months will have been incredibly difficult.

05 June 2020

Please help protect children and young people in your community

SW PCC Alun Michael is asking everyone in our communities to act as eyes and ears for our children during the Covid-19 pandemic.

26 May 2020

Five ways to help children and young people stay safe during the coronavirus lockdown

The Welsh Government and children and young people's organisations across Wales are urging the public to help keep children safe through the coronavirus pandemic.

22 May 2020

Minister launches 'Home shouldn't be a place of fear' campaign

Minister launches 'Home shouldn't be a place of fear' campaign with a message to victims of domestic abuse: Support is available, you are not alone

20 May 2020

Help us to keep our children safe

Help us to keep our children safe

13 May 2020

Working together to protect survivors of sexual violence and abuse during the Covid-19 crisis

Police in Wales are committed to working together with partner agencies to protect those affected by sexual violence or abuse, and to pursue and hold offenders to account for their actions.

12 May 2020

Safeguarding is still everyone's responsibility

Safeguarding is still everyone's responsibility

29 April 2020

Stalking victims say they feel like 'sitting ducks' and must not be forgotten in the response to Covid-19

For National Stalking Awareness Week 2020, the Suzy Lamplugh Trust is highlighting the urgent need to See Stalking Clearly and to ensure stalking victims are still visible and supported throughout the response to Covid-19.

24 April 2020

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