Area Commander

T/Chief Inspector David McIntosh is the Area Commander for Angus. He is based at Forfar Police Office.

Angus Area Command

Angus is an area of outstanding natural beauty, which captures the very essence of Scotland. Situated on Scotland's glorious east coast, the county is home to Arbroath Abbey - the birthplace of the historic Declaration of Scottish Independence in 1320.  Breathtaking mountains, magnificent glens and a rugged coastline provide the stunning backdrop to the seaside towns and market burghs of Angus today.

A historic but forward looking county, the Angus economy has grown from its agricultural and seafaring origins and now supports a diverse portfolio of business including the oil industry, engineering, textiles, pharmaceuticals and advanced digital media.

Angus has much to offer residents, visitors and business in an area of just 2,200 square kilometres. With a population of 116,900 (2015) Angus has seven main towns - Arbroath, Forfar, Montrose, Carnoustie, Kirriemuir, Brechin and Monifieth.

Most of the population lives within these towns and the coastal & Strathmore areas, with the remote glens to the north of the county having a very sparse population.

Your Priorities

  1. Public Protection and Safety
  2. Antisocial Behaviour
  3. Road Safety
  4. Theft and Scams
  5. Serious and Organised Crime

Community Policing

There are 3 Locality Inspectors for Angus, T/Inspector Alice Coventry, based at Montrose Police Office, responsible for the multi member wards of Brechin and Edzell  and Montrose and District. Inspector Gary Aitken based at Arbroath Police Office, responsible for the Multi Members wards of Arbroath West and Letham , Arbroath East and Lunan, Carnoustie and District and Monifieth and Sidlaw. Inspector Stephen Main based at Forfar Police office, responsible for the multi member wards of Forfar and District and Kirriemuir and Dean.

These Inspectors will develop and enhance local partnership working and public engagement ensuring a problem solving approach is adopted towards local community issues, and that local community concerns and priorities are addressed in a co-ordinated manner. If you wish to contact your local Community Policing Team or the Locality Inspector for your area, please select the appropriate Ward where the email, social media links and details of your local Police Station are available.

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