ICT Open Evening: Thursday 21st February
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Police Scotland supports UK wide counter terrorism campaign
Join us down on the farm to see how we train the noble steeds of the Mounted Unit for crowd control operations
Policing highlights from the past seven days
Following the discovery of a car found on fire and the body of a man found within, detectives are continuing significant enquiries
Police in Fife continuing with their inquiries into a serious sexual assault in Methil have issued a further appeal for witnesses.
Mr Hayat was killed on the 3rd April 2018
The incident took place at a flat in Millhill Wynd shortly before 8.30pm on Saturday 9th February.
A man responsible for serious disorder and attacks on various members of the public within West Lothian has been convicted.
Police Scotland is appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of five men wanted in connection with a number of offences linked to serious organised crime.
Drivers urged to travel with care as another weather warning is issued by the Met Office
Police Scotland will today update the Board of the Scottish Police Authority on plans to put 360 officers on standby to deal with any incidents
Andrew Wallace (42) today (Monday, 4 February 2019) pled guilty at Glasgow High Court to the murder of 47-year-old Julie Reilly of Shieldhall Road in Govan - who was reported missing in February 2018.
Mohammed Akimi from Southside Glasgow area, was last seen by staff at Leverndale Hospital around lunchtime Thursday 7th February 2019
James was last seen leaving the cinema in Ocean Terminal shopping centre in Leith shortly after 3pm on Tuesday 5th February
If you have concerns for the safety and welfare of a person and their whereabouts is unknown, visit our Missing Persons page
We are now accepting applications for Special Constables. Find out more about each stage of the Special Constable selection process here.
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