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Anti-Social Behaviour, especially vandalism, will be a special focus of attention for the Aberdeenshire Community Safety Partnership and the Aberdeenshire Community Safety Groups this year.
To get advice on anti-social behaviour in your area, call the new National Police non-emergency number: 101.
Contact Jenny Wylie, the Community Safety Officer - Anti Social Behaviour
for Aberdeenshire Council.
Go to the "Contact Us" page of the Aberdeenshire Council website, which gives a choice of contacting the Council by phone, email etc.
1. Some of the activities undertaken within the Partnership and Safety Groups are highlighted below.
1.1 Shire Street Sports
There is a 2016 summer programme for Shire Street Sports.
1.2 Deliberate Fire Prevention Launch
A new Prevention of deliberate fire raising campaign has been launched by the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, Aberdeenshire Council and Police Scotland.
1.3 The Antisocial Behaviour Strategy for Aberdeenshire
The Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy Working Group has published its Antisocial Behaviour Strategy for Aberdeenshire.
1.4 A new cinema for Portlethen
The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group is funding a Cinema which will provide new leisure opportunities for the young people of Portlethen.
1.5 Anti-Social Behaviour posters in Portlethen
The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group is supporting Antisocial Behaviour Posters at schools in Portlethen.
1.6 Westhill Primary Schools Anti-Social Behaviour Posters
Pupils in four schools in Westhill (Crombie Primary, Elrick Primary, Skene Primary and Westhill Primary) were asked by the local Grampian Police schools liaison officer to design posters which would highlight anti-social behaviour problems in and around Westhill and help to reduce them.
1.7 Football School in Banchory
Grampian Police, the Scottish Ambulance Service and Grampian Fire & Rescue Service with the South Marr CSG are supporting a Football School in Banchory designed to reduce youth nuisance behaviour.
1.8 Golf scheme in Banchory
Youngsters from the Hill of Banchory have teed-off with North-east golf great Harry Bannerman, Grampian Police and Stagecoach Bluebird in a bid to drive down anti-social behaviour in the area.
1.9 Grampian Police tackle vandalism in Peterhead and Fraserburgh
Grampian Police in North Aberdeenshire are tackling vandalism in hotspot areas of Peterhead and Fraserburgh through Operation Street Watch with the help of the Buchan CSG.
1.10 Grampian Police identify & charge vandals
Grampian Police have been successful in identifying and charging those responsible for acts of vandalism in Aberdeenshire.
1.11 Kemnay Schools Anti-Social Behaviour Posters
Pupils in all three schools in Kemnay (Kemnay Academy, Kemnay Primary and Alehousewells Primary) were asked by the local Grampian Police schools liaison officer to design posters which would highlight anti-social behaviour problems in their village and help to reduce them.
1.12 Beat the Vandals: Send a Text
Grampian Police in South Aberdeenshire are urging the public to get on their mobiles to help them beat the vandals.
1.13 Anti-Social Behaviour Questionnaire
An on-line questionnaire was conducted during April and May 2006. People filling in the questionnaire were asked:
1.14 Anti-Social Behaviour Leaflets
Anti-social behaviour posters and leaflets have been financed by two Community Safety Groups to respond to problems in particular areas.
1.15 Community Wardens
Community Wardens in Peterhead are building community confidence by reducing crime/fear of crime, deterring anti-social behaviour, improving the physical appearance and management of their communities and fostering social inclusion.
Link to the Scottish Executive's Anti-Social Behaviour web site.
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