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Police Scotland's ten-year strategy
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Following global cyber-attacks, we explain how you can keep yourself protected from cybercrime.
Police Scotland and local authorities have launched a two-month campaign with the charity Stop It Now! Scotland as part of ongoing efforts to prevent child sexual abuse.
On Monday 26 June, William 'Basil' Burns was convicted of an assault to the danger of life on a journalist at his home in December 2015.
The victim was attacked within his home in Liddesdale Road.
Drugs, firearms and hate crime, welcome to the latest edition of Police Scotland’s Weekly Roundup, where we summarise the news from the last seven days.
Police Scotland is continuing the search for the missing man who absconded from Midpark in Dumfries earlier today.
A vision for the future of policing in Scotland has been laid before the Scottish Parliament following one of the most extensive consultation exercises ever under taken in Scotland.
Police in Midlothian have now charged a man after a firearm was discharged in Dalkeith.
A message from Assistant Chief Constable Nelson Telfer
PC Tracey Gunn, who works as a Prison Liaison Officer, is being recognised by the International Association of Women Police after winning Scottish and British awards.
Appeal for Sergei Ivanov (55), reported missing on Sunday 9th April 2017 from Orkney.
Appeal for George Stevenson (70) from Falkirk and last seen in the High Station Road area around 11pm on Friday 10th February.
If you have concerns for the safety and welfare of a person and their whereabouts is unknown, visit our Missing Persons page
Hate Crime Awareness Week is aimed at educating the public on what hate crime is and ways of reporting it.
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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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