Chief Inspector Norman Stevenson is the Local Area Commander for Moray and has responsibility for policing across these local areas.
The Area Command is made up of local wards which are:
- Speyside Glenlivet - SpeysideGlenlivetCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Keith and Cullen - KeithCullenCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Buckie - BuckieCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Fochabers Lhanbryde - FochabersLhanbrydeCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Heldon and Laich - HeldonLaichCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Elgin City North - ElginCityNorthCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Elgin City South - ElginCitySouthCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Forres - ForresCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
Each area is served by a number of community policing teams. These teams are built around the needs of local people. They are responsible for responding to calls in the local area, as well as looking for long term solutions to key issues.
There are several ways you can contact your Community Policing Team or make a report to the police.
If your report is not an emergency call 101 or, if your enquiry is an emergency, always dial 999. If you have dialled 101 or 999 by mistake or if you no longer require assistance, please stay on the line and let us know rather than ending the call.
If you wish to report a crime online, you can do so here.
If it is not an emergency and you are not reporting a crime, you can visit or email your Community Policing Team by clicking on the relevant ward areas above.
Alternatively, you can contact Scottish CrimeStoppers who are an independent charity that give people the power to speak up and stop crime anonymously. You can call them on 0800 555 111 or email: crimestoppersscotland-uk.org
Or if you have a general enquiry or wish to provide feedback, you can complete the Contact Us form.
If you are looking for details of our local meeting dates open to members of the public these can be found on our social media pages.
North East Division works in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council, other public services and the community and voluntary sector in order to improve outcomes for communities.
In all situations where a crime has been committed, you should contact Police Scotland however, there are many other services available to provide support where there is no criminality.
The most frequently used are:
- Moray Council for social work queries, anti-social behaviour, noise complaints etc.
- ALISS for information about foodbanks and homelessness support
- NHS24 for all medical or mental health concerns
- Scottish Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline
- Breathing Space
- Housing associations
- Citizen’s Advice
- Consumer Advice
- Trading Standards Scotland
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
The local priorities for Moray are:
- Protecting Vulnerable People
- Serious Organised Crime
- Antisocial Behaviour, Violence and Disorder
- Road Safety and Road Crime
- Acquisitive Crime
- Counter Terrorism and Domestic Extremism
The Moray Local Police Plan 2020-23 is available here.