Survey – Annual Police Plan 2018 – 19
Annual Police Plan 2018/19
Police Scotland is currently developing the 2018/19 Annual Police Plan which will be laid before the Scottish Parliament at the end of March.
Our plan has been shaped around the areas of focus within the Policing 2026 strategy ‘Serving a Changing Scotland’ of prevention, protection, communities, knowledge and innovation. It sets out the policing priorities for 2018/19 and summarises the planned activities to address these priorities.
We are keen to engage with you and offer you the opportunity to comment on extracts from the draft plan via the following Citizen Space survey:
I would appreciate if you could consider the information within the survey and provide feedback by 21 February 2018. Your feedback will be very useful as we develop the final version of the plan in March 2018.
If you have any queries regarding this engagement phase, please contact Sergeant Keith Forrester via firstname.lastname@example.org < mailto:email@example.com> .
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Message Sent By Willie Clark (NHWN, Community Engagement Officer, NW Scotland)
The Tarves Peoples Party have been around the door for a collection…now prepare for the display. Sunday 12th November. If you live outside the village itself or have not had the chance to contribute to the event, there will be collections at the gate. Please give generously as this is a fully self funding event. Please let us know if you have waste wood.
The crew will be coming around the streets rattling cans to raise funds for Tarves’ bonfire and impressive fireworks display. Please give generously.
We would like to invite you to a FREE screening of the award winning documentary – Tomorrow/Demain. THURSDAY 12th OCTOBER AT MELDRUM ACADEMY – 6:45 pm
This documentary is a hugely positive, affirming and inspirational film exploring community led creative solutions to the challenges we face in this modern world around food, energy, transport, economics and education.
It has been described as the perfect antidote to the current sense of global despondency and we are really excited to be bringing the film to Oldmeldrum. There will be teas and coffees served after to give people the opportunity to chat about the film and network.
Please spread the word far and wide and let us know if you are coming to help us plan for numbers.
We’d like to thank Meldrum Academy, Councillor Paul Johnston – Democratic Independent – Aberdeenshire Council, AD Heating Ltd and Archer Knight Limited for their support, and hope to see lots of you there!
Here’s the link for registering for tickets so we can keep a check on numbers.
Here’s the trailer https://youtu.be/NUN0QxRB7e0
Barthol Chapel Bowlers will be restarting the new session of indoor bowling on Tuesday 19th September at the school at 7.30.
We would invite anyone who wants to come along to a ‘Come and Try’ session to join us that evening.
Indoor Bowling is a pleasant relaxing but competitive sport open to all ages. ( Under 16’s should be accompanied by a responsible adult)
We are a friendly bunch who meet every term Tuesday at the school during September to April for a game and a fly cup at the close around about 9.30. It’s a great way to pass a winters evening!!
Come and join us either by arriving that night or contacting the club secretary Bill Kelly on 01651 806804..
We look forward to seeing you on the night.