Stirling is one of three area commands in Forth Valley division.
The priorities for your area are decided by data from our strategic assessment which details threats and risks, and also from feedback from local authorities, partners, and residents in the Your Police survey.
- Responsive to the concerns of our communities
- Enhancing our collective resilience to emerging threats
- Protecting people most at risk from harm
- Promoting confidence through our actions.
You can read more information about how these priorities are decided and how officers work with the local council and partners to improve your community and address these issues in the Stirling Local Policing Plan.
Area Commander and localities
Chief Inspector Caroline Logan is the local area commander in charge of the response officers, community officers, and officers from the criminal investigation department working in the individual localities. They all respond to calls in the area and deal with local issues. You can email your local Community Policing Team by clicking on your area below.
You can also follow your local teams on Twitter where we post about how we are policing your community.
Please note the email accounts and social media channels are not monitored 24/7, and are not for reporting crime.
- Dunblane and Bridge of Allan
- Forth and Endrick
- Stirling East
- Stirling North
- Stirling West
- Trossachs and Teith.
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