The 1st October 2019 brings a new chapter to the development of Neighbourhood Watch to communities across Scotland.
4 males apprehended following reports by rural community
Hosted by Beith Orr Park Neighbourhood Watch, Garnock Valley Carves is a new Chainsaw Carving event in the North of North Ayrshire which had its 2nd year on Saturday 7th September 2019 following a very successful event in 2018.
Members from the Police Scotland Youth Volunteers braved adverse weather conditions recently while spreading the word of Neighbourhood Watch Scotland to residents throughout the Helensburgh area.
(SPARC) - the Scottish Partnership Against Rural Crime is a multi-agency partnership that includes Police Scotland, NFU Scotland, Scottish Land & Estates, Scottish Business Resilience Centre, Scottish Government, NFU Mutual, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, Confor, the Scottish Community Safety Network and Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, amongst others.
The Almond Community Safety Panel held their first North West Edinburgh Community Safety Event on Wednesday 1 May 2019 between 7.00 pm to 9.30 pm within the Leonardo Hotel, 187 Clermiston Road, Edinburgh.
On Monday 15th April Police Scotland launched its Shut Out Scammers campaign in Edinburgh, raising awareness of offenders who cold-call people at their homes and scam them out of money.
Neighbourhood Watch Scotland support the recent launch of the East Lothian Partnership Against Rural Crime