This report covers progress we have made in dealing with your priorities for the Kincardine and Mearns area for the period 1 to 31 December 2021.
The report aims to highlight emerging issues in your area, provide crime prevention advice and guidance to Community Council members and the residents you represent. Our focus is to reduce crime and disorder, help create safer communities and respond effectively to local concerns.
Community Policing Priorities
Antisocial behaviour, Violence and Disorder:
There has been a decrease in the number of Anti-social Behaviour calls within Kincardine and Mearns for the month of December, with 21 calls being received.
There were 7 Assault crime reports raised within December. 5 reported are detected and have been reported to the Procurator Fiscal and the Youth Justice Management Unit. Meanwhile, 1 is still being investigated. There were no serious assaults reported in December.
There have been 10 Thefts throughout the Kincardine and Mearns area during December. 7 remain undetected and are still being investigated. Three of the thefts relate to shoplifting offences, two of which were detected and the person responsible reported to the Procurator Fiscal. The third crime is still under investigation.
These crimes include entry being forced to a garage in Maryculter and a number of tools stolen from within. This is still under investigation.
In St Cyrus, a 33 year old male was charged with a sneak in theft to a residential property where soft furnishings were stolen. He has been reported.
Road Safety & road crime:
In December there were 2 drivers found to be under the influence of alcohol. They have been charged and reported.
There was 1 reported incident of dangerous driving for the month of December.
There has been 4 reported incident of careless driving for the month of December, all of which are detected and reported to COPFS.
The Kincardine and Mearns CPT, continue to prioritise safe driving, and have undertaken numerous Road Safety checks using the Unipar laser device. Several new locations have been provided as areas of concern, which will be visited in future operations.
Community Engagement & Reassurance:
As an Intelligence led organisation, Police Scotland depend on members of the public to come forward and provide information. We like to know the ‘who, what, why, when, where and how’ in relation to criminals who are living or committing crime in our communities.
Nothing should be considered too small or irrelevant, things like names, nicknames, addresses, descriptions and vehicle registration numbers are all very helpful.
All information received is treated confidentially and measures are put in place to prevent the source of the information being identified, before it is shared with Police Officers. Information received helps prevent and detect crime, disrupt criminal activity and apprehend offenders.
- ‘ 101 – Non emergency;
- ; Email – StonehavenLowerDeesideCPT@Scotland.pnn.police.uk
- ; Twitter – @NorthEPolice
- ; Facebook – www.Facebook.com/NorthEastPoliceDivision
- ; Web – www.scotland.police.uk
- ‘ 999 – Emergency;
- ‘ 0800 555 111 – Crimestoppers;
Inspector Allen Shaw
Kincardine and Mearns Community Policing Team