Community safety and emergencies
If someone is in immediate danger phone 999.
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is when someone or groups of people act in a way that causes harassment, alarm or distress to others.
Find out about reporting hate crime and how to get support if you, or someone you know, is a victim of hate crime.
To help tackle anti-social behaviour, we are proposing to introduce a series of PSPOs in the city centre and in and around Woodfield Street, Morriston.
Leave your luggage or shopping in a safe and secure place while you shop.
The current threat level for international terrorism in the UK is SEVERE, which means an attack is highly likely.
Advice to help you prepare for emergency situations in your home and business.
Information and advice on what to do when there is flooding or severe weather warnings.
Swansea has won a Purple Flag which aims to raise standards and improve the quality of our towns and cities between the hours of 5.00pm and 5.00am.
Making our communities safer places to live and work. The police, council, fire, health and probation services, along with many other organisations and charities, work together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.
Swansea Council operates internal and external closed circuit television (CCTV) across a number of locations in the city.
A scam is a scheme that has been designed to con you out of your money, personal details or goods. It is very difficult to get these back if you have handed them over to scammers.
There are a number of courses available to help improve your safety on the road whether you're a driver, pedestrian or biker.
We run a number of Royal Life Saving Society National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ) 8th Edition courses to equip people with the right skills to apply for jobs like pool lifeguards and leisure attendants.
Contact details in the event of an emergency in and around the City and County of Swansea.
Taxis and private hire vehicles are generally a safe way to travel. It is important to make sure that you choose a licensed vehicle and to take sensible precautions.