Police Report 08/12/20 – 11/01/21

POLICING IN AYRSHIRE

  08/12/20 to 11/01/21

COMMUNITY COUNCIL REPORT FOR

Fairlie

 

Ward Priorities
1. Drug Dealing and Drug Misuse

2. Road Safety/Road Crime

3. Violence and Antisocial Behaviour

4. Dishonesty

 

Your Community Policing Officers – Ward – North Coast and Cumbrae

 

Our team covers Skelmorlie, Largs, Fairlie and West Kilbride. Inspector Convery leads the community policing team for your area.
Sergeants Police Officers
Sgt Sharon Kerr U219 PC Thomas Arthur U306

PC Simon Winsor U17

PC Dominic Murphy U522

 

Sub-Divisional Update
Results taken for 8th December 2020 to 11th January 2021.

35 calls to police Scotland resulting in 1 crime reports being raised this year, compared to 23 calls to police Scotland and 2 crime reports raised for the same period last year.

No crimes of note for this period for the area.

Although there was an increase in incidents reported to the police compared to last year, this is mainly as a result of an increase in COVID related calls to police, though it should be noted that after police attendance/enquiry, no COVID breaches took place.

 

 

Contact us
In an emergency always dial 999

For non-urgent crime, you can contact your local police office by telephoning 101.

Our Twitter and Facebook sites are not for reporting crime and they are not monitored 24/7.

Facebook – www.facebook.com/ayrshirepolice Twitter – @AyrshireEPolice

E-mail – sharon.kerr@scotland.pnn.police.uk

The following is a summary of the crimes and offences since the last report:

 

Crime Statistics : Monthly Report

 

Crime Type Offences Detected Offences Committed compared with 2019
Road traffic 0 0 0
Vandalism 1 0 1
HB & HBWI 0 0 0
Thefts 0 0 0
Poss. Drugs 0 0 0
Common Assault 0 0 0
Breach of the Peace 0 0 0
Fraud 1 0 0
Other 0 0 0

*figures relate to relevant Multi-Member Ward Area.

Concerns Raised by Community Council

 

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