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National Safer Communities

Police Constable Omar Fummey


The Police Service of Scotland is committed to providing all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Autism
Autism all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Autism information partnership
Autism Information Partnership all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.

  • Statutory and voluntary partners

  • Voluntary Scheme


Guidance
Guidance all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Aide memoire
Aide Memoire all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Autism information partnership1
Autism Information Partnership all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.

OBJECTIVES

  • Raise awareness

  • Provide knowledge

  • Improve understanding

  • Provide reassurance

  • Immediate access to appropriate services

    Limitations

  • Voluntary

  • Not added to Police National Computer


Requested information
Requested Information all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.

  • Name

  • Address

  • Condition

  • Associated features of condition

  • Emergency contact details

    The information would be used to -

  • Address markers

  • Shared information provided to attending officers


Autism alert card scheme
Autism Alert Card Scheme all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Autism alert card scheme1
Autism Alert Card Scheme all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Third party reporting
Third Party Reporting all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Background
Background all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.

  • McPherson Report recommendation – “all possible steps should be taken by Police Services at local level in consultation with local government and other agencies and local communities to encourage the reporting of racist incident and crimes. This should include :

    The ability to report at locations other than police stations and the ability to report 24 hours a day.

  • Hidden in Plain Sight


Partnership working
Partnership Working all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.

  • Statutory Partners

  • http://www.dumgal.gov.uk/communityplanning/index.aspx?articleid=12478

  • Voluntary Partners

  • https://www.hatefreehighland.org/contents/view/third-party

  • Police Scotland

  • http://www.scotland.police.uk/contact-us/hate-crime-third-party-reporting/


Third party reporting traininng
Third Party Reporting Traininng all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


More information on third party reporting
More Information on Third Party Reporting all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.

[email protected]

Direct Dial 01738 892563


The Police Service of Scotland is committed to providing all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


Questions
Questions all communities with a fair, accessible and equitable service; designed to meet the needs of everyone in Scotland, ensuring they live in safety and are treated with dignity and respect.


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