New Psychoactive Substances - know the risks
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The risks associated with New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) - or so called “legal highs” - have been targeted by police through a nationwide operational activity and an awareness-raising campaign.
Police Scotland is appealing to the public for information concerning the whereabouts of a 15 year old male from Montrose who has not been seen by his family since 1700hrs, on 21st August 2014.
Police are appealing for information following an attempted murder in Rutherglen on Tuesday 19 August 2014.
The completion and opening of a new £24 million office development is set to bring a huge boost to the east end of Glasgow.
Aberdeen City and Ayrshire are to run trials of a Scottish Disclosure Scheme for Domestic Abuse.
Police Scotland are due to hold information sessions in Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness to assist people thinking of becoming a police officer or special constable with their application.
Find out more about doorstep crime by downloading our Beat Doorstep Crime campaign material - if in doubt, keep them out
Sex without consent is rape. The simple message from Police Scotland and partners as a nationwide campaign launches
Police Scotland's Stay Safe Online campaign for children and teens
The recruiting lines for police officer are now open. If you are interested in applying all the information you need is on our recruitment pages.
We are now accepting applications for Special Constables. Find out more about each stage of the Special Constable selection process here.
Our selection processes identify the very best applicants. Find out more about each stage of the Police Officer selection process here.
Find out about our executive team - here you can find out who they are and what they do.
How do I apply for a firearms licence? What are the charging rates for policing services? Find out here.
How you can make requests for information and the types of information which may be exempt from disclosure.
As of 1 January 2005, you have the right to make a request for information.
The Data Protection Act 1998 covers the whole of the United Kingdom find out how it works.
Get help and advice with anti-social behaviour
, knife crime
, domestic abuse
Has your child's group become a gang? Find this and other information about gangs in our Keep Safe section.
Bogus callers take advantage of the most vulnerable in our communities. Don't be a victim.
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