Police Scotland have issued the results of a study of communities across Scotland and their policing priorities. The Survey includes specific results for North Division which includes the Council areas of Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray. The survey was carried out between April and September 2016.
The results are based on an analysis of 15,962 responses across Scotland with 1,297 surveys informing the findings for the North East. 37 people completed the survey in our Community Council area.
Following analysis, the top five policing priorities for North Division of Police Scotland have been identified as :
1. Anti-Social Behaviour/Public Disorder
2. Homes being broken into
3. Drug dealing/misuse
4. Road Safety/Road Crime
5. Violent Crime
The full report on the survey can be viewed by clicking here