Area Commander Chief Inspector Ian Graham is the Area Commander for Shetland and is based at Lerwick Police Station. His responsibilities include performance management, response policing, community engagement, partnership working and the daily management of personnel. Shetland Island Area Command Shetland is situated at the crossroads of Scotland and Scandinavia. Its economy is a combination of a prosperous oil industry, tourism and agriculture. The spectacular scenery, cultural importance and abundant wildlife draw tourists during the summer months and the "Up Helly Aa" festival is a popular winter attraction. The remote and expansive geographical setting, weather and transport infrastructure present unique policing challenges in Shetland but resilient policing and strong partnership working ensure it remains one of Scotland's safest communities. The main police station is located in Lerwick. Shetland's main police station is located in Lerwick with a section station at Brae. There is a single officer station on the island of Yell, where the North Isles Officer is based, providing a service to the majority of inhabited islands. Your Priorities Violence, Disorder & Antisocial BehaviourProtecting People at Risk of HarmRoad Safety & Road CrimeSerious Organised CrimeAcquisitive CrimeCounter Terrorism and Domestic Extremism Shetland Local Policing Plan 2017-2020 (PDF) EqHRIA Summary of Results for LPPs (PDF) Shetland EIA Plan 2014 (PDF) Shetland EIA Plan (PDF) PDF files on this page require a PDF reader, such as the free Adobe Acrobat Reader (download). If you would like this information in an alternative format or language - please phone us on 101 to discuss your needs.