Neighbourhood Watch 

Just to report that there was a break-in at 1 Wedderburn Terrace a week past Thursday/Friday. Apparently the occupants returned from holiday to the back sliding patio doors having been forced to gain entry.Please remember when going on holiday to let your neighbours know and follow the “Safer Communities” leaflet available from the Neighbourhood Watch Website.

I will attach a recent communication from Neighbourhood Watch for general information.


Jim Raitt
“Serving a Changing Scotland” – Our 10 Year Strategy for Policing 

We are pleased to introduce our Draft 10 Year Strategy for Policing in Scotland and seek your views as part of our consultation. 

Policing in Scotland has a long and successful record of adapting to the changing demands and needs of the people and communities it serves. To ensure we remain current, and sustainable, we have jointly developed a 10 year strategy which seeks to promote continued service improvement and delivery. 

We are consulting on our strategy to ensure that our workforce, partners and the public are meaningfully involved in the future delivery of policing services. Your comments will assist and inform the final strategy, due for publication in June 2017, and we encourage you to take part in this important process.

It is our intention to publish responses to the consultation, if you do not wish your response to be seen publicly, you will be given the opportunity to opt out when completing the online consultation. We will also be publishing information on how the feedback has influenced the strategy, so it will be clear how we have adapted our strategy based upon the responses received. 

Our 10 Year Strategy for Policing in Scotland and our consultation can be found online at:

Alternatively you can respond in writing to: 

Policing 2026 Consultation 

Clyde Gateway 

2 French Street 



G40 4EH 


The consultation will close at 12 noon on 8th May 2017. 

Please share this invitation to consult with your networks and any interested parties. 

Thank you for your assistance in shaping the future of policing in Scotland. 


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