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Policing highlights from the past seven days
Police Scotland’s Project Servator officers have made several drugs seizures during the first week of the Edinburgh festivals.
Following Met Office Yellow Warnings, Police Scotland want to remind drivers about the dangers of driving in what can be challenging conditions
The Banking Protocol is a partnership between police forces, UK Finance and the banking industry, and supported by Trading Standards
A man has been charged following an indecent assault, which took place in the South of Edinburgh.
Police Scotland has been working with sta across all of the Edinburgh Fesvals, to encourage them to be extra eyes and ears and help keep the event safe and secure.
Steven Cooper went missing from his home in Golcar, West Yorkshire on Monday 21st January 2008
Police in West Lothian are appealing for information to help trace a missing 47-year-old man.
58 year-old Thomas Saunders from Edinburgh was last seen on the 16th December
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
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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.
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