Delivery of a £21million Mobile Working Project means that officers will be able to access a wide range of police systems while out on duty without the requirement to return to a police station and log on to a computer.
Police Scotland unveil two Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems to help in the search for missing people
Police Scotland is reporting that acquisitive crime and violence down in the North East of Scotland in their report published this afternoon.
Acquisitive crimes reduce by almost half across Aberdeenshire as officers continue to focus on local priorities, Chief Superintendent Thomson told members at Aberdeenshire Council today. Do you agree that crime is falling?
Opportunistic and violent crimes down, drugs seizures rise as Police work to make Aberdeenshire a safe place to live Opportunistic and violent crimes have “significantly” reduced in Aberdeenshire, while officers have recovered more than £500,000 worth of drugs and seized almost £300,000 in cash as efforts continue to ensure the region remains one of the […]
Police Scotland have confirmed that Chief Superintendent Campbell Thomson will take command of the new North East Local Policing Division when it comes in to force on New Years Day. Chief Superintendent Thomson is the current Divisional Commander for Aberdeenshire and Moray Division having taken on the role after Chief Superintendent Mark McLaren left the […]
Police Scotland have announced that Chief Superintendent Campbell Thomson has been appointed as the new Divisional Commander for Aberdeenshire and Moray Division. The appointment takes place with immediate effect from Monday 6 July and replaces Chief Superintendent Mark McLaren who is retiring from the force after more than 30 years’ service. Originally from Lossiemouth in […]