Crime for Ammanford
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.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
Pontardawe Police Station
Pontardawe Police Station High Street Pontardawe
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Pontardawe neighbourhood policing team
- PCSO Carys Pudner
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
Pontardawe is located 8 miles north of Swansea in the centre of the Swansea Valley in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains. 'Ponty' as it is affectionately known sits alongside the river Tawe that winds its way through the valley towards the open sea at Swansea.
The village got its name from the welsh language for bridge on the Tawe, Bont ar Tawe.
Cattle Drovers heading from Llandovery used this route to travel to the Market Town of Neath. In the late 1800's work commenced on building St Peters Church loated in the centre of the village which was designed and build by Williams Parsons Esq. Parsons at the time stated that no other building should be built higher in the Valley.
Pontardawe hosted many industries such as a large number of steel tin plate works in the area as well as a thriving mining and rural Community.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is South Wales Police.
Messages and events
Cross Community Centre : 6.30pm
When: 5th December 2013, 6.30pm
Where: Cross Community Centre : 6.30pm
Should you require any further information then please contact Sector Support Officer Claire Rogers on tel 01639 640297 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org