Latest Police Report

By bellmannews / September 14, 2020
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From Police Scotland –

Community Council Report

This report covers progress we have made in dealing with your priorities for the Kincardine and Mearns area for the period 1 to 31 August 2020.

The report aims to highlight emerging issues in your area and to provide crime prevention advice and guidance.  Our focus is to reduce crime and disorder, help create safer communities and respond effectively to local concerns.

Community Policing Priorities

Antisocial behaviour, Violence and Disorder:

There has been a slight decrease in the number of Antisocial Behaviour calls within Kincardine and Mearns for the month of August, with 38 incidents reported.

10 of the 38 incidents related to youth annoyance. The majority of calls related to noise in the form of loud neighbours / music being played.

There were 15 assaults Crime files raised within the August period, which is an increase on the previous month. Of those 15 reported, 11 are detected and 4 have positive lines of enquiry.

There were no serious assaults reported during August

Acquisitive Crime:

There have been 8 thefts in the Kincardine and Mearns area this month, 2 are detected at this time, however 6 are still being enquired into.

There has been 2 Housebreakings this month and both are still under investigation.

Road Safety & road crime:

Drink/Drug Driving

In August there has been 1 report submitted for drug/drink drivers the accused had 85mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath against the 22mcg limit.

Dangerous Driving

There has been 1 instance of dangerous driving and it has been reported to the PF for consideration of prosecution.

Careless Driving

There have been 2 reported incidents of careless driving for the month of August 1 detected and warned, and 1 undetected meantime.

Community Engagement & Reassurance

Covid-19

Compliance with the Government’s regulations and guidance is still at a good level within K&M. There have only been a few minor issues regarding large numbers gathering and all have dispersed without resorting to tickets. The 4 E’s are still being employed by officers, and seems to be a successful approach at this time.

During the lockdown in Aberdeen, more of the Community Policing Team were deployed to make licenced premises checks in case there was irresponsible management of the premises and failure to adhere to the track and trace protocols. Most premises had systems in place, although not necessarily following the same format.

Contact Us

Please also remember you can communicate with us using any of the following:

Inspector Allen Shaw

Stonehaven Community Policing Team

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