Read about how to beat the doorstep criminals
Get yourself educated about mandate fraud, one of the most common and potentially costliest scams on the go.
Read about our campaign to stop Child Sexual Exploitation
Read about this counter terrorism initative.
The training of 520 Specially Trained Officers in the use of Taser will begin at the end of May
Policing highlights from the past seven days
Officers in Armed Response Vehicles (ARVs) have assisted with over 50 incidents reporting concern for a person or vulnerable missing people since the extension of their roles last week.
The national charity has been appointed to train 14,000 Police Scotland officers in identifying controlling behaviours
Police dogs Gray and Dale judged best in Britain
Daryll Rowe pled guilty to four incidents, whereby he intentionally had unprotected sex with partners
The fraud prevention scheme enables bank staff to contact police if they suspect a customer is in the process of being scammed, with an immediate blue light response sent to the branch.
An animated game show based on cases investigated by Police Scotland has been developed to highlight the dangers of shopping online without taking proper steps to protect your security.
Patricia Henry (45) who previously lived in Kirkwood Place in Girvan, has not been seen by family or friends since November 2017
Police in Fife are appealing for the public’s help in order to trace a man missing from St Andrews.
Officers are carrying out searches to trace missing person William Ritchie (90) in Fraserburgh.
If you have concerns for the safety and welfare of a person and their whereabouts is unknown, visit our Missing Persons page
Every 9 minutes we respond to a call of domestic abuse.
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.
Policing 2026 is a long-term strategy to transform how we deliver policing in Scotland. Read more about our journey as we build a flexible and sustainable policing service.
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Serious Organised Crime info and safety tips
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