A minute's silence will be observed in Wales today on the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster.
PCSOs Sacked After Exam Cheat Claims
13 PCSOs have been sacked by South Wales Police over claims they cheated on their final exams.
It follows a three month investigation by the force.
The group - aged between 22 and 35 - sat tests at South Wales Police headquarters in Bridgend.
The new recruits were only a few weeks away from passing their 6 month probation period when there were claims a number may have cheated.
These were the last few exams the trainee officers would have to do.
After an investigation by the force - 13 have been sacked and one has resigned.
The tests included maths problems, logic and spelling tests.
Mark Milton, director of Human Resources at South Wales Police, said: "The force will not tolerate breaches of ethical standards.
"South Wales Police prides itself on its ethical standards and integrity."
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