Safety in the community
Information and advice on safety in the community including neighbourhood watch, school safety, crime safety and safety around railways.
Neighbourhood Watch is aimed at keeping your local community safe.
Similar to Neighbourhood Watch, keeping safe the local schools across West Lothian involves the Police, the Council, the School and above all, the families and residents who use the school and live nearby who want to protect their school from damage.
If you suspect someone of making cash illegally - Don't stand for it and report it now!
BEST BAR NONE - The overall aim of the initiative is for partner agencies to work together with licensed premises to create a safer and more welcoming city and town centre environments.
It is important to understand the dangers of Railways to keep safe.
Ultimately the Scottish Business Resilience Centre are aiming to create a safer Scotland in which to live and do business
West Lothian Community Planning Partners ensure that West Lothian is delivering on their priorities as agreed by the Scottish Government in the Local Outcome Agreement Plan (LOIP) and on target to meet their outcomes.
Your View Counts The public consultation is for you to tell Police Scotland what is important to you in your community. Your opinion is valued - Police Scotland need your opinion to inform their policing. Having your say in the decision making process of Police Scotland is a vital tool for residents of Scotland to be able to shape the way their public services should operate.
Police in West Lothian continue to receive reports of illegal off road bikes being used on streets and paths.