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Gwent Police
Heddlu Gwent
Gwentpolice.png
Badge of the Gwent Police.
Agency overview
Formed 1967
Preceding agencies
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction* Police area of Gwent in the country of Wales, United Kingdom
Police Wales Gwent.svg
Gwent Police area within Wales
Size 1,554 km²
Population 556,600
General nature
Operational structure
Overviewed by Gwent Police Authority
Headquarters Croesyceiliog
Sworn members 1,453
Agency executive Mick Giannasi, Chief Constable
Divisions
Facilities
Stations 22
Website
http://www.gwent.police.uk
Footnotes
* Police area agency: Prescribed geographic area in the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.

Gwent Police (Welsh: Heddlu Gwent) is the territorial police force responsible for policing the local authority areas of Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen in southeast Wales.

It was formed in 1967 by the amalgamation of Monmouthshire Constabulary and Newport Borough Police. In 1974 its area was realigned to cover the new administrative county of Gwent. In 1996, the force's area was expanded to cover the former Rhymney Valley district area as a consequence of it becoming part of the Caerphilly county borough, in order to incorporate the entirety of the county borough in the police area.

The Force has its headquarters at Croesyceiliog in Cwmbran. The Chief Constable is Mick Giannasi.

In 2009 Gwent Police worked with film maker Peter Watkins-Hughes to create the short film "Cow", featuring veteran Welsh actress Margaret John, as part of a campaign to stop texting while driving.[1] The film earned honors in the Advertising Age's weekly Creativity Top 5 video.[2] and became an overnight worldwide internet hit after being shown on the USA The Today Show television show.[3]

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