Central Scotland Police, Stirling

Central Scotland Police
Force Headquarters
FK8 2HD Stirling
Stirlingshire

Description

The Community Officers' work as part of a local community team. Their aim is to address the needs of the local community and in conjunction with partner agencies resolve issues which may arise.

Tackling anti-social behaviour is a major part of the team's focus. Anti-social behaviour takes many forms, including acts of disorder, dishonestly or vandalism. By working closely with the community, the community team are working to ensure that those responsible for such behaviour are aware their conduct will not be tolerated.


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