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Funding for Community Safety Projects
The Fraserburgh and District Community Safety Group is offering funding for community safety projects in Fraserburgh and District.
Firework safety
The Fraserburgh and District Community Safety Group is promoting Firework and Bonfire safety.
Meet the Community Wardens
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Office-bearers:ChairpersonBrian Topping
Vice-Chairperson Mary Melville
TreasurerRonnie McNab
SecretaryDavid Donn


Dates of future meetings:

  • Tuesday 27th February 2018, 6:30pm at the Fraserbrugh Community and Sports Centre

Minutes of previous Meetings

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The aim of National Neighbourhood Watch (NNW) is to bring neighbours together to create strong, friendly, active communities where crime and anti-social behaviour are less likely to happen.

The vision is that of a caring society that is focused on trust and respect in which people are safe from crime and enjoy a good quality of life. Neighbourhood Watch is about making sure that fewer people feel afraid, vulnerable or isolated in the place where they live.

The website allows you to find out more about the association and will find a watch near you.




Completed Safety Projects:

Cycle Security Marking

Girl on bike - Click here to link to a photo of security marking bikes

The Fraserburgh & District GSG has organised a number of sessions at schools etc. to put security code marks on bicycles. This will hopefully reduce cycle theft and ensure that the Police can return recovered bikes to their rightful owners.

The project also involved handing out leaflets to bike owners on which they could record details of the bike should it be stolen.

Click on the girl on the bike logo to see a photo of the presentation.


Blue Light Festival

Blue Light - Click to link to several larger photos of the Blue Light Festival

The Fraserburgh & District GSG was present at the Blue Light festival in Fraserburgh. They had a stand advertising the work of the CSG and offering information on many aspects of community safety, including the sale of security marker pens.

Click on the thumbnail photo to see a full photo of the event.





Ongoing Safety Projects:

Cycle safety for children

Bike helmet logo - click for information on the supply of bike helmets

A Project aimed at saving the lives of young North-east cyclists has been launched at schools in and around Fraserburgh. Grampian Police have teamed up with the Fraserburgh and District Community Safety Group to launch the drive among local schools.

Click on the logo for more information.


Safety for paper deliveries

Safety vests logo - click for more information about the supply of safety vests

Safety vests have been provided to paper delivery boys and girls.

Click on the logo for more information.


Is Your Number Up?

Is Your Number Up logo - click for more information on the project and further links

The Fraserburgh & District CSG has taken the initiative in encouraging local people to increase the amount and the clarity of house numbers and house names to help the Emergency Services find houses when they are called out on 999 calls. The Emergency Services do have difficulty in finding houses which are not numbered or named. House numbers and house names should be clearly visible from the street or road.

Councillor Brian Topping says: "If the emergency services or a doctor are called out to a house but have to spend time tracing it because it does not have a door number, it can add seconds or even minutes to their response time and it could cost lives."

Click on the logo for more information.


Defibrillator

Have-a-heart headline picture

The Fraserburgh & District CSG sold raffle tickets to raise funds for a defibrillator for use by the Red Cross in the area. The project was started at the Blue Light Festival, tickets were also sold at the Best of Buchan in Fraserburgh in August. The defibrillator was bought at the end of 2003 after the raffle was drawn.

Councillor Brian Topping says: "Now that the Red Cross has one of these portable heart starters, they can take it anywhere to save someone's life."



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