Information for officers and staff who currently do not have access to emails on the Police Scotland intranet
In this section you'll find information about disability hate crime, reporting it & read about peoples' experiences.
Businesses and the public in Scotland are now required by law to follow necessary social distancing measures to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Frontline officers are to receive Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to aid the response to coronavirus.
Police Scotland is advising the public to be cautious of strangers offering bogus services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Chief Constable Iain Livingstone QPM said: “We are fully behind the new measures announced by the UK and Scottish Governments to increase social distancing.
Statement from DCC Malcolm Graham on entertainment venue closures
Police Scotland is asking employers to consider providing paid leave to members of staff who volunteer as Special Constables.
Chief Constable Iain Livingstone QPM said: "I fully support the instruction from the UK and Scottish Governments for public houses, cafes, restaurants and other entertainment venues to close.
Message from Chief Constable and Lord Advocate
Officers were called to an address in Craigneuk around 5.05am on Saturday, 7 March, 2020. A 15-year-old boy was taken to hospital from the address, where he sadly died.
More than 1,300 crimes under a new domestic abuse offence covering coercive and controlling behaviours have been recorded by Police Scotland.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a sexual assault in Peterhead.
Images issued in Lauder investigation
If you have concerns for the safety and welfare of a person and their whereabouts is unknown, visit our Missing Persons page
You can report by phone, email or with a third party reporting centre
We are looking for new recruits. Think you have what it takes? Click the link to learn more.
We are now accepting applications for Special Constables. Find out more about each stage of the Special Constable selection process here.
Serving a Changing Scotland is a long-term strategy to transform how we deliver policing in Scotland. Read more about our journey as we build a flexible and sustainable policing service.
All you need to know about keeping yourself protected
Read our advice on protecting your home and possessions
Serious Organised Crime info and safety tips
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