Area Commander

Chief Inspector Kevin Wallace is the Area Commander for Aberdeen North and is based at divisional headquarters in Queen Street. His responsibilities include delivering the outcomes of the Local Policing Plan, community engagement, performance management and partnership working.

Having joined Grampian Police in 1988, Kevin started his service in Aberdeen and has served in all three of the local authority areas across the North East. Between 1999 and 2002 he was an Instructor within the Road Policing Division at the Scottish Police College. In addition to his operational policing roles he has served in a number of Road Policing, Firearms, Control Room and Licenced Negotiator roles.

As an Inspector, Kevin led the Northfield Community Policing Team for two years and most recently managed the Partnerships and Events business area across the division before moving into the Aberdeen North Area Command position.

Aberdeen City North

Aberdeen North is served by Police Officers based in Bucksburn, Bridge of Don, Tillydrone, Northfield, Kittybrewster, Seaton and Mastrick.  This area is diverse with major arterial routes running through it, very large residential areas and a strong mix of commercial and retail premises, some of which are major convergence points for the whole area.  Significant locations in the area include Pittodrie Stadium and the beach.  Policing in the area, as across Aberdeen, is very much community focused, with significant emphasis on quality of life issues.  We are assisted in this endeavour by our many partner agencies, local citizens and businesses.

Your Priorities

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.

The 2017 - 2020 plans have been signed off and will be available in June.

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