Information on Community Safety and priorities for West Lothian Community Safety Partners
The Scottish Government have set out their 'Vision for Scotland' and community safety comes under the theme of SAFER & STRONGER - Helping communities to flourish, becoming stronger, safer places to live, offering improved opportunities and a better quality of life.
The 3 main outcomes that community safety covers are:
- Outcome 8 - We have improved the life chances for people at risk
- Outcome 9 - We live our lives free from crime, disorder & danger
- Outcome 13 - We take pride in a strong, fair & inclusive society
Community Safety in West Lothian
- Spring Safety Information on keeping safe in Spring including keeping your possessions safe, safety in and around your home, bicycle security and anti-social behaviour.
- Crime Prevention Information on Crime Prevention including reporting emergencies and non-emergencies, bicycle security, money and money safety, anti-social behaviour, hate crime and bogus callers and scammers.
- Safety In and Around Your Home Information on safety in the home and out and about including online safety, accident prevention, school safety, neighbourhood watch and railway safety.
- Fire Safety Information on Fire Safety and Fire Prevention including fire safety in the home, alcohol and fire, the role of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Fire, the Law and your Business.
- Driving Advice It is up to each one of us to be responsible drivers and cyclists on the roads and to be careful pedestrians
- Domestic Abuse How to report Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence
- What we are doing in West Lothian to promote Community Safety West Lothian Community Planning Partners ensure that West Lothian is delivering on their priorities as agreed by the Scottish Government in the single outcome agreement (SOA) and on target to meet their outcomes.
- Illegal Off Road Bikes Motorbike Danger in Local Communities.
- Your View Counts - Police Scotland Consultation Local Policing Consultation Police Scotland consults with the public every year on what their priorities are for policing in their community.