You can also contact your local community team.
"Prevention is at the heart of everything Police Scotland does to keep people safe."
Drugs, New Psychoactive Substances and Solvents can be very dangerous to your health and can kill - find out how to keep safe.
Find out more about doorstep crime. From bogus callers to rogue traders, doorstep criminals are cunning, creative, and often very convincing.
We all like to party so make sure you keep safe by learning and following these simple steps. Don't regret this later.
You may be feeling frightened and isolated. Your details will be treated in confidence and you can remain anonymous. We will ensure your safety whilst actively pursuing offenders.
Recognise warning signs of controlling behaviour or abusive relationships. You don't have to put up with this behaviour.
We are committed to bringing your attacker to justice and can protect you if you are still in danger. Make sure you talk to us.
Follow these simple steps to make sure your child surfs safely online and avoids some of the internet's potential dangers.
Be vigilant around airports and airfields- notify Police Scotland of anything suspicious or which you have concerns about. Find out more here.
Project Kraken delivers an enhanced crime and counter terrorist ‘vigilance’ capability within the maritime environment of Scotland. Get more information about how you can help.
Children are affected directly and indirectly by emotional or physical abuse. Children are the forgotten victims of domestic abuse.
There are others who can help keep you and your children safe. It's important to make sure you can get out safely if this is happening to you.
Keeping Children Safe is a process that allows any member of the public to make an application to Police Scotland if they have concerns about a person's access to a child.
Find out how even simple steps can help protect your home from intruders.
Laptops, mobile phones, tablets, jewellery – there are many things you can do to protect your valuables and improve the chances of it being recovered if things do get lost or stolen.
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