The joint initiative, working with Community Safety Officers and the Fire and Rescue Service, launches on Monday 2 July for eight weeks
Anti-social behaviour in Haddington & Musselburgh
18-1238 - Anti Social Behaviour in South Ayrshire
18-2308 - Anti Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
Operation Notebook leads to reduction in repeat calls for anti-social behaviour
Police Scotland can confirm that six men have been arrested and charged in connection with number of theft and road traffic offences in the North Edinburgh area.
The zone covers the area bounded by Goosecroft Road to the east, Stirling Castle Esplanade to the north, Dumbarton Road to the west and Upper Craigs to the south
Police in Invergordon are warning that anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated in the town as they continue to crack down on offending.
Nine people have been charged and another arrested as part of an operation to tackle anti-social behaviour in Inverurie.
The zone is designed to combat anti-social behaviour and disorder in the city centre
Crime levels have fallen in Forth Valley by7% according to the latest Quarter 2 Management Information figures.
Numerous people have been charged during an operation in Stonehaven at the weekend to tackle anti-social behaviour and to support the local night-time economy.
The initiative will continue over the next two months and is an indication of the strong partnership working between Police Scotland and East Lothian Council.
Police in Fort William are to carry out high visibility patrols as part of a clampdown on anti-social behaviour following recent concerns in the area.
Police Scotland is carrying out inquiries following reports of disturbances within Inverurie town centre yesterday evening.
Op Steadfast is a partnership operation within Forth Valley Division involving Police, Stirling Council and other partner agencies; Signpost and Stirling Street Pastors.
We are thanking the public for their support after a successful operation to reduce anti-social behaviour in Kirkcaldy over the Easter weekend.
Police will be conducting further high visibility patrols in Inverurie and surrounding areas this weekend as work continues to prevent any disruption.
A 14-year-old male has been arrested and charged in connection with a number of anti-social behaviour offences carried out in North East Fife.
Fourteen people were charged over the weekend as part of an ongoing operation to tackle violence and anti-social behaviour across the south of Aberdeenshire.