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  • BSL Version: Your Police 2024-2025

    Understanding the views and priorities of Scotland's diverse communities is fundamental to how Police Scotland responds to the needs of the public. Our public engagement activities help us improve how we deliver our policing services in local communities, ensuring they are accessible for everyone. It is vital that we listen, understand, and take action using your views and experiences. Our Joint Strategy for Policing (202 3) creates the space within policing to... More
    Opened 11 April 2024
  • Your Police 2024-2025

    Understanding the views and priorities of Scotland's diverse communities is fundamental to how Police Scotland responds to the needs of the public. Our public engagement activities help us improve how we deliver our policing services in local communities, ensuring they are accessible for everyone. It is vital that we listen, understand, and take action using your views and experiences. Our Joint Strategy for Policing (2023) creates the space within policing to inform our services... More
    Opened 11 April 2024
  • Safer Streets: Reporting Tool

    Does it feel like the situation could get heated or violent very soon? Is someone in immediate danger? Do you need support right away? If so, please call 999 now. This is a service that allows you to report safety concerns in public places without giving us your name (anonymously). This includes issues like poorly lit streets, abandoned buildings, or vandalism, as well as instances where you feel unsafe due to someone following or verbally abusing you. Please note: Safer Streets... More
    Opened 20 November 2023
  • Involving You in Shaping The Future of Our Estate

    Police Scotland’s estate needs to be fit for 21st century policing, putting service enhancement, visibility, and engagement at the heart of the communities we serve. These are core components of the legitimacy and consent on which policing in Scotland relies. We have already introduced technology that enables our officers to remain in local areas, reducing the need for them to return to police stations to deal with paperwork. ... More
    Opened 9 October 2023
  • Feedback Form: Domestic abuse, rape and sexual crime

    Police Scotland values feedback from people we engage with in Scotland’s diverse communities. Outcome 3 of our Joint Strategy for Policing states that "the public, communities and partners are engaged, involved and have confidence in policing". We are committed to ensuring our services are high quality and meet the public’s expectations. One of the ways we do this is by facilitating opportunities for people to give us feedback about our services. This helps us... More
    Opened 24 May 2023
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