Chief Superintendent Hazel Hendren has over 28 years police service having joined Strathclyde Police in 1991 and appointed to Easterhouse. She has worked in every rank in uniform within Greater Glasgow Division. She worked in CID, Intelligence and Force Project looking at restructuring models within Strathclyde Police and was responsible for the development of the divisional structure at the inception of the Police Service of Scotland. She is an experienced Match Commander, Event Commander and is a Strategic Firearms Commander and a Post Incident Manager. CS Hendren was the Divisional Commander in Argyll and West Dunbartonshire Division for over 2 years and took up the post in Greater Glasgow Division on July 2019. As Divisional Commander, CS Hendren has overall responsibility for the delivering of the Local Policing Plan for the three Local Authority areas.
Greater Glasgow Division provides policing services across 215 square miles and serves almost 770,000 people.
It includes a wide contrast of communities, from densely populated areas such as Drumchapel and Easterhouse, to the semi-rural villages of Eaglesham and Twechar.
The area is home to a number of football stadia, including the National Football Stadium at Hampden, Celtic Park, Ibrox Stadium, and Firhill.
Greater Glasgow Division has nine Command Areas aligned with the respective local councils areas. Each has a dedicated Area Commander, with the responsibility for all day-to-day policing functions.
Each area is served by a number of Local Policing teams who are responsible for responding to calls in the local area, and smaller Local Problem Solving teams who have the responsibility for looking at long term solutions to key issues. These teams are built around the needs of local people.
Community Justice Glasgow
Community Justice Glasgow aim to help people in organisations and communities to understand what Community Justice is all about. Read their Community Justice Glasgow Annual Report 2017-2018 and take part in the survey on the last page.
We are acting on priorities to influence policing activity in your area. For more information see the Multi Member Ward plans in your local pages.
Police Scotland consults with the public every year on what their priorities are for policing in their community. Take our survey to give us your opinion and help shape the way you feel policing should be coordinated across Scotland in your local community.
For more information visit our Local Policing Consultation page.
We are acting on priorities to influence policing activity in your area. The following three police plans highlight the relevant areas of focus within the respective local authority areas.
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