Crime for Barry

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Barry Police Station Gladstone Road Barry Vale of Glamorgan CF63 1TD
Barry Police Station Gladstone Road Barry Vale of Glamorgan CF63 1TD
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Baruc neighbourhood policing team

PCSO Wayne Chant

I am your neighbourhood officer and the point of contact for your neighbourhood policing team. Together with other Police Community Support Officers and Police Officers on the team, we want to deal with the issues that concern you the most. It is important to us that we understand and respond to your needs and so I would encourage you to attend your local PACT meeting, the details of which can be found on this site, or to contact me directly using the telephone number or e-mail address provided. I look forward to meeting you soon

About this neighbourhood


Baruc ward covers an area as far as The Knap, The Garden Suburb, the entrance to Porthkerry Park and as far up as Park Crescent. The area extends to Powell Dyffryn Way, then south of Porthkerry Road to Market Street then Broad Street and Hood Road. The boundary cuts across the Waterfront to the old Barry Graving Docks, the Dry Docks, Redbrink Point and the Lighthouse at Jacksons Bay including all of Barry Island across the bay and back towards the Knap.

I am Police Community Support Officer Wayne Chant and I am the point of contact for the residents of Baruc and for the many businesses that help attract thousands of visitors each year. I work alongside my colleagues PCSO Owain Reynolds and PC Nick Williams. We all look forward to meeting the community and helping to resolve issues that are affecting you.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is South Wales Police.

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