Perth & Kinross Local Area Police Commander’s Bulletin – 3rd August 2022

Perth & Kinross Local Area Police Commander’s Bulletin – 3rd August 2022

Perth & Kinross Local Area Commander’s Bulletin Wednesday 3rd August 2022In Police Scotland no two days are the same, no two careers are the same and no two officers are the same. The police officer job is unique. It will challenge you mentally and physically every day. It can be tough, but also incredibly rewarding.Your job will be to protect the vulnerable, support victims of crime and build trust with the people and communities you serve.We will train you with the skills you need to rise to the challenge, and provide support through our police family.You will become part of a 200 year long history of policing in Scotland. You will join a team of 23,000 officers and staff dedicated to keeping people safe.We are looking to recruit people who work and live by our values of integrity, fairness and respect and have a commitment to public service. In this role, you will build lasting relationships with colleagues and the people who live and work in the area you are based in.In order to apply to become a police officer, you must meet essential criteria. You will then take part in our selection process. This includes a fitness assessment and a medical, which takes place at the end of the process.Police officer applications are accepted all year round, although we have four main intakes each year.We are keen to receive applications from people in under-represented communities. We also want to hear from people willing to work in remote locations i.e. Highland and Islands and Argyll.For further information please visit www.scotland.police.uk We recognise the importance of understanding the views and priorities of Scotland’s diverse communities.This survey is a platform for you to tell us your views and experience of your police service. Responses are analysed weekly to help shape how we do things.It’s a way for us to listen to the needs of our diverse communities. Let us know what we’re getting right and what we can do better.The survey is completely anonymous. You will not be personally identified through the information you provide.Click the link below to complete the survey.Please contact us if you require the survey in an alternative format: InsightEngagement@scotland.pnn.police.uk.Complete the survey hereUPDATES3 men aged 19, 24 and 25 were arrested for robbery in Rannoch Road, Perth on Tuesday 26th July.A 43 year old woman will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal for Careless Driving after failing to give way at a junction in Rait and colliding with a group of cyclists on Wednesday 27th JulyA 35 year old man was arrested for drink driving on the A9 near Birnam on Friday 29th July. He also had no insurance.A 58 year old man was arrested for drink driving in Stirling Road, Milnathort on Monday 1st AugustA 15 year old youth has been charged with fire-raising after 12 bales of straw were set alight in a field near Alyth on Tuesday 2nd August.During the last week 7 divers have been found to be without insurance and 4 had no licence.RECENT INCIDENTSAbout 12:15am, Wednesday 27th July, 2 alloy wheels and tyres were stolen from a black Volkswagen Golf R, parked on the forecourt of Cameron Motors, Dunkeld Road, Perth. A male was captured on CCTV carrying the wheels down a footpath which leads to Iona Court. (CR/33887/22)Between 11pm, Saturday 30th and 3am, Sunday 31st July, the rear windscreen of a Fiat Dynamic was smashed whilst the vehicle was parked in Primrose Terrace, Perth. (CR/34551/22)Overnight on Saturday 23rd July, a window was smashed at a property in Upper Mill Street, Blairgowrie. (CR/34203/22)Between 6pm, Sunday 24th and 11am, Monday 25th July, a black and yellow Yamaha Wave Runner Jet Ski was stolen from Loch Earn Water Sports Centre, St Fillans. (CR/34218/22)About 6pm, Tuesday 2nd August, a table was broken at The Blackford Inn, Stirling Street, Blackford. (CR/34926/22)Anyone with any information that may be useful should contact Tayside Division on 101 or any police officer, quoting the crime reference number listed at each incident.  Alternatively information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Regards,Tom LeonardChief Inspector                              Local Area CommanderPerth and KinrossFURTHER INFORMATION AND INTERNET LINKS As we receive reports of crime, the information is shared on https://www.pkcommunitywatch.co.uk/ I would encourage you to sign up for notifications. Guidance on how to protect your property is available via Community Watch as well as on the Police Scotland Website, just click or copy and paste the following link:- https://www.scotland.police.uk/advice-and-information/ Keep up to date with everything we are doing and all appeals by visiting the following sites:-https://twitter.com/policescotlandhttps://www.facebook.com/PoliceScotlandhttp://www.scotland.police.uk/http://www.pkcommunitywatch.co.uk/ Your Community Policing TeamsLocality Inspectors PERTH CITY CENTREPI Kevin Chase PERTH CITY NORTHPI Steve Gray PERTH CITY SOUTHPI Kristopher McCallNORTHPI Ashley Wallace Blairgowrie & GlensHighlandStrathtayStrathmoreCarse of GowrieSOUTHPI Nichola Forrester StrathearnStrathallanAlmond & EarnKinross-shire  If you wish to make contact with your local community officer please use the following e-mail addresses: PerthTaysidePerthCityCentreCPT@Scotland.police.ukTaysidePerthCityNorthCPT@Scotland.police.ukTaysidePerthCitySouthCPT@Scotland.police.uk NorthTaysideStrathmoreCPT@Scotland.police.ukTaysideBlairgowrieGlensCPT@Scotland.police.ukTaysideHighlandCPT@Scotland.police.ukTaysideStrathtayCPT@Scotland.police.ukTaysideCarseofGowrieCPT@Scotland.police.uk SouthTaysideKinross-shireCPT@scotland.police.ukTaysideStrathallanCPT@scotland.police.ukTaysideAlmondEarnCPT@scotland.police.ukTaysideStrathearnCPT@scotland.police.uk 

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