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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.

  • 101 Non-Emergency Number

    101 is the telephone number to contact the police when it's less urgent than 999

  • Bicycle Security

    REDUCE the chances of your bike being stolen: INCREASE the chances of your bike being recovered.

  • Scottish Business Resilience Centre

    The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) is a unique organisation comprising contributions and secondments from Police Scotland, Scottish Government, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Scottish Clearing Banks, investors and have a membership.

  • Is Your Money Safe?

    Useful tips to make sure your money is safe

  • Made from Crime

    Police in West Lothian praised the support they had from local communities in targeting illegally made cash.

  • Antisocial Behaviour

    How to report Antisocial Behaviour

  • Hate Crime

    Hate Crime is against the law. It is any criminal offence committed against an individual or property.

  • Bin the scammers - stop, think and check

    The Think Jessica campaign, which raises awareness of scam mail, has once again put a spotlight on the issue of organised groups who are out to con people - whether it is by post, telephone, door knocking or online.

  • Best Bar None

    Best Bar None is an awards scheme that promotes responsibly managed licensed premises in Scotland. The overall aim of the Best Bar None initiative is for partner agencies to work together with licensed premises to create a safer and more welcoming city and town centre environments.

  • Crime Prevention Advice - If in doubt, keep them out.

    Most callers are genuine and mean you no harm, but bogus callers may try to trick their way into your home.