Area Commander

Chief Inspector Morag Stewart is the Area Commander for Glasgow North West. She is responsible for the daily management of policing, and making sure outcomes within the Local Policing Plan are delivered.

She is supported by Inspector Edward Seery, who has responsibility for the Local Problem Solving teams. Both Morag and Edward are based at Glasgow North West Police Station.


Glasgow North West

Drumchapel and Anniesland includes the areas of Drumchapel, Blairdardie, Temple and High Knightswood. It is home to a very large post-war council housing estate in Drumchapel, as well as older and more recent housing, local amenities and shops.

Garscadden and Scotstounhill includes the areas of Knightswood, Scotstoun, Yoker and Peterson Park. Local housing is mostly cottage flat style with some high rises. There are regular train and bus services to the city centre.

Hillhead includes the areas of Hillhead, Woodside, Dowanhill and Hyndland. The area is a mixture of council and privately owned properties. The area is primarily home to commercial premises, local residents and a large student population, as it’s also home to Glasgow University. The area is extremely popular with shoppers and tourists and boasts an excellent night time economy.

Partick East and Kelvindale includes the areas of Partick, Partickhill, Dowanhill, Hyndland, Kelvindale and Kelvinside. The area is a mixture of council and privately owned properties, with a large number of Victorian tenement buildings. The area is primarily residential, however Partick has a large number of commercial premises with several bars and restaurants.


Your Priorities

We are acting on priorities to influence policing activity in your area. For more information see the Multi Member Ward Plan. Glasgow City Local Policing Plan will be presented for formal approval on the 30th November 2017.

Police Scotland consults with the public every year on what their priorities are for policing in their community. Take our survey to give us your opinion and help shape the way you feel policing should be coordinated across Scotland in your local community.

For more information visit our Local Policing Consultation page.

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