South Wales Police

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Yorkshire police poster warns against trick or treating this Halloween
Force says it is discouraging the activity this year along with organised events because of Covid

Helen Pidd North of England editor

29, Oct, 2021 @10:34 AM

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Police watchdog expands inquiry into death of Mohamud Hassan
Three more South Wales officers and one custody detention officer are to be investigated

Nazia Parveen Community affairs correspondent

16, Mar, 2021 @6:00 PM

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Police watchdog says Mohamud Hassan may have been injured during disturbance at home
IOPC said there is no evidence 24-year-old who died after release from custody was tasered

Nazia Parveen Community affairs correspondent

02, Mar, 2021 @7:22 PM

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South Wales police lose landmark facial recognition case
Call for forces to drop tech use after court ruled it breached privacy and broke equalities law

Dan Sabbagh

11, Aug, 2020 @5:24 PM

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UK’s facial recognition technology ‘breaches privacy rights’
South Wales police accused of using system with ‘racial bias’ that breaks data protection law

Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent

23, Jun, 2020 @4:23 PM

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Stephen Kinnock targeted by police for visiting father, Neil
South Wales force criticised for tweeting disapproval of MP defying coronavirus rules

Nazia Parveen

29, Mar, 2020 @5:25 PM

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Coroner: supervision of Conner Marshall’s killer ‘woefully inadequate’
Inquest told teenager from Barry was unlawfully killed by serial offender David Braddon

Steven Morris

17, Jan, 2020 @3:01 PM

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South Wales police to use facial recognition apps on phones
Force testing app that lets officers run snapshot through ‘watchlist’ to identify suspects

Ian Sample Science editor

07, Aug, 2019 @6:48 PM

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Police investigate alleged bribery at Swansea University
Officers searched eight addresses in south Wales and Kent but made no arrests

Sally Weale

31, Jul, 2019 @6:49 PM

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Facial recognition tech prevents crime, police tell UK privacy case
South Wales force defends use of technology after office worker claims rights breach

Steven Morris and agency

22, May, 2019 @3:50 PM

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Office worker launches UK's first police facial recognition legal action
Ed Bridges, from Cardiff, says ‘intrusive’ technology is used on thousands of people

Steven Morris and agency

21, May, 2019 @4:24 PM

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Llanelli hit by wave of 'county lines' drug gangs
Seaside town an unlikely new market for gangs using teenagers to sell class A drugs

Nazia Parveen North of England correspondent

15, Feb, 2019 @5:47 PM

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