Police Scotland wish to know your views about policing – both for locally where you live and for the nation as a whole.
Keeping Orkney Safe for all was the message at CommuniTea Orkney, a public event where the charity CrimeStoppers and the youth organisation Fearless explained what their role was in reporting crime.
A training scheme to help reduce the number of collisions involving motorcyclists is being run for the first time in Orkney.
Drivers buying second hand tyres are being warned to check that they are legal and have passed the relevant safety checks.
Customers can approach any member of staff and ask if Angela is working this will be the signal to staff that something is wrong and the customer requires some assistance.
64% of those who go missing are children and over half of those are ‘looked after’.
“The right to peaceful protest is fundamental to any civilised society.”
“In the hole lived Mr. Fox and Mrs. Fox and their four small Foxes.” – Roald Dahl, Fantastic Mr. Fox
“The welfare of animals in Scotland, whether domestic, farmed, or wild, is one of this government’s highest priorities”
Police Scotland has issued safety advice for party goers over the festive period.
Police Scotland have issued advice for shopping at Christmas time – the busiest time of the year for both online and High Street sales.