Temporary Chief Inspector Nicola Russell is the Area Commander for Dundee. She is based at Downfield Police Office, Balgowan Avenue, Dundee.
Dundee Area Command
With a history that stretches back over 800 years, Dundee is Scotland's fourth largest city, situated on the northern banks of the River Tay in one of Europe's most impressive geographic locations.
Traditionally famous the world over for the "three Js" - Jute, Jam & Journalism - Dundee today is a modern, vibrant city where the future is being forged now. Advances in medicine and the development of the digital media and entertainment industries are achievements of a city and people famed for their innovation and invention. A revitalised city centre and retail scene, the thriving Contemporary Arts centre, the impressive Ice Arena and a huge choice of leisure options symbolise a confident and optimistic city of the 21st century.
With a population of 148,300 (March 2016) Dundee has two universities whose students make up almost 10% of this number. Dundee styles itself as the "City of Discovery" and is named after Captain Scott's famous Antarctic exploration vessel, the RRS Discovery. The ship is berthed in the city and has been central to the setting of a new course for Dundee.
- Putting victims at the heart of what we do
- Tackling crime and antisocial behaviour
- Protecting vulnerable people
- Maintaining public safety
There are 4 Locality Inspectors for Dundee, Inspector Kerry Lynch, based at Maryfield Police Office, responsible for the multi member ward of Maryfield and the City Centre policing team. Inspector Peter McLennan based at Downfield Police Office, responsible for the multi member wards of Strathmartine and Coldside. Inspector Martin Pattie based at Lochee Police Office, responsible for the multi member wards of Lochee and West End. And Inspector Christopher Boath, based at Longhaugh Police Office, responsible for the multi member wards of The Ferry, North East and East End.
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, please select the appropriate Ward where the email, social media links and details of your local Police Station are available.
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