Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015
We welcome the opportunities presented by the Community Empowerment Scotland Act. This will be integral to the delivery of improved safety and wellbeing of communities.
Part 3: Participation requests
This part of the Act aims to strengthen the voice of communities. This is done through discussions or involvement in service development, delivery or challenge of decisions.
Whilst the Act is a formal process which is designed to improve outcomes for communities, Police Scotland would welcome discussions of any form to safeguard vital services.
This is to ensure that we work more closely together to help services evolve. This is also to ensure progress to meet the need of Scotland’s diverse communities.
More information on this part of the act can be found in the participation section.
Part 5: Asset transfer
This part of the Act came into force on 23 January 2017.
For more information visit the asset transfer application page.
Working with us
If you are interested in working with us, we would recommend an initial discussion. Local contacts are as follows;
Email: EstatesDalmarnockHelpdesk@scotland.pnn.police.uk for the attention of Head of Estates.
Postal address: Head of Estates, Estates Department, Police Scotland, Clyde Gateway, 2 French Street, Glasgow, G40 4EH
Tel number - 101 and ask for Estates Helpdesk at Dalmarnock.
Postal address: Local Policing Programme, Police Scotland, Clyde Gateway, 2 French Street, Glasgow, G40 4EH
Tel number - 101 and ask for Local Policing Programme
(Please do not use the email addresses above to report a crime, call 101 or in an emergency call 999)
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