As part of the collaborative approach towards reducing drug-related harm in the north-east of Scotland, community safety partners from Aberdeenshire Council, Aberdeenshire Health & Social Care Partnership and Police Scotland were involved in targeted activities in the Fraserburgh and Banff areas
A community in Craigmillar came together and rolled up their sleeves last week, delivering spectacular results as part of the first week-long clean-up of neighbourhoods and surrounding areas.
A man has died after an incident at a Glasgow building site yesterday morning.
A pioneering Community Improvement Partnership (CIP) tackling crime and anti-social behaviour across central and southern Scotland has been recognised as the best in the country. The CIP links Wheatley Group with Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. It was named Policing Partner
Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) staff are working with partners to create calm and peaceful communities in Lochside and Lincluden. Staff from DGHP have joined forces with Police Scotland’s local Community Police Team and Scottish Fire & Rescue to tackle anti-social behavio
Four of West Dunbartonshire Council's new housing developments have been recognised by Police Scotland for their high quality of security and safety.
River Clyde Homes said it has underlined its zero tolerance approach to anti-social behaviour following the evictions of two people in Greenock town centre and another person from Belville Street.
The former police headquarters in Edinburgh is to be sold and demolished to make way for hundreds of homes in a deal with the City of Edinburgh Council. Detailed plans for the redevelopment of the site have been outlined in a document which labels the station "under utilised, inefficient, ageing, in
A digital service to add to the support available for people in Edinburgh who are homeless has been developed by researchers and community partners, including leading Scottish homelessness charity Simon Community Scotland. The website and an accompanying app - called Street Support Edinburgh -provid
Craigdale Housing Association has decided to mark Scottish Housing Day 2020 by launching its Domestic Abuse Policy and confirming its position as a third-party reporting centre for hate crime. (from left) David Mackenzie, Scott Livingstone, Gillian Hall, Morag Cameron, and Andy McCrystal
ng homes has teamed up with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), Police Scotland and local community organisations to provide and deliver afternoon teas to elderly residents and those who are shielding in the North Glasgow community.
Aberdeenshire Council's Local Review Body is to carry out a review into plans to build a block of flats behind a police station in Inverurie. Police Scotland submitted plans to build nine two-bedroom flats in a three-storey block on land next to the police station on Blackhall Road in Inveruri
Representatives from Aberdeen City Council, Scottish Fire and Rescue Scotland (SFRS) and Police Scotland are to accompany residents as they lead inspections in their own multi-storey buildings.
Plans by Police Scotland to build flats on the grounds of an Inverurie police station have been refused by Aberdeenshire Council. The force had lodged plans to build nine two-bedroom flats within a three-storey block inside land by the station on Blackhall Road.
The community of West Dunbartonshire came together at a groundbreaking conference designed to raise awareness of and prevent domestic abuse.