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Links to web sites on safety and related matters

Use these links to get more information on safety matters

1. Links to the sites of the members of the Community Safety Partnership for Aberdeenshire:

Aberdeenshire Council Police Scotland

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service the Maritime and Coastguard Agency

Grampian Racial Equality Council NHS Grampian

Procurator Fiscal Service British Transport Police

Crimestoppers Scotland Scottish Ambulance Service

Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Aberdeenshire Community Planning Partnership

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2. Links to safety sites

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Road Safety Teaching Resources Road Safety Teaching Resources
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A link to a UK site with a wide range of links to downloadable resources for teaching children to stay safe around roads.

Which? scam logo and link Which? internet scam protection
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The Which? web site shows you how to avoid the latest scams targeting your money and personal data.
Link to Blaze Aware Blaze Aware
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Blaze Aware is an infoScotland web site with fire prevention information for kids (aged 4 - 7 and over 8s), for parents, for teachers and for volunteers.

Link to Safer Scotland Safer Scotland
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Safer Scotland is dedicated to protecting people's rights to live in confidence and without fear for their own or other people's safety.

The site has links to: news, library, toolkits, members and partners

The toolkits cover the following subjects:
Domestic Housebreaking| Car Crime| Road Safety| Victims| Domestic Violence| Fire Safety| Home Safety| Personal Safety| Drugs| Alcohol| Retail and Business Crime.
Link to Know the Score Know the Score
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Welcome to the Know the Score web site - Scotland's definitive drugs information gateway - providing information for young people, parents, relatives, friends and communities.

Link to Is Your Number Up? Is Your Number Up?
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Before the Emergency Services can help you after you dial 999, they have to find you.

Make sure that they can see your house name or number from the street or road - day or night. Click on the link to find out how to make sure that your number is properly up.

Link to Neighbourhood Watch Association National Neighbourhood Watch Association
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The National Neighbourhood Watch Association (NNWA) is the national charity that supports, promotes and represents Neighbourhood Watch in the UK.

The NNWA aims to make Neighbourhood Watch a centre of excellence for community safety, by reducing crime, opportunities for crime and the fear of crime and by enhancing good citizenship and community spirit.

There are now over 155,000 Neighbourhood Watch schemes covering over 6 million homes, that's 27% of UK households. This makes it the largest voluntary movement in the UK.

Link to The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a registered charity which was established over 80 years ago. Providing information, advice, resources and training, RoSPA is actively involved in the promotion of safety in all areas of life - at work, in the home, and on the roads, in schools, at leisure and on or near water. RoSPA aims to campaign for change, influence opinion, contribute to debate, educate and inform - for the good of all.

Link to The Scottish Accident Prevention Council The Scottish Accident Prevention Council
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The Council was set up in 1931 with aims and objectives which are still valid and essential today - to co-ordinate and stimulate accident prevention in all facets of daily life. Over the years it has responded to the significant changes of lifestyle and technology, and has recently revised its constitution to try to achieve the most effective means of pursuing its objectives.

Membership is widely drawn from organisations and bodies throughout Scotland who have an involvement in matters affecting safety. The Council consists of representatives from Local Authorities, including Police, Fire Services, Education, Social Work and Roads Departments; Health Boards, Motoring Organisations, and voluntary and professional bodies are also included in its membership.

Link to Race Action Net Race Action Net
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Race Action Net - RaceActionNet brings together expertise and experience in tackling racial harassment and racist attacks.

Link to Victim Support Scotland Victim Support Scotland
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Anyone can become a victim of crime

Victim Support provides:
time to talk | free, confidential, independent help when you need it | emotional support | practical help | information about compensation, crime prevention and criminal justice procedures | help when attending court | reassurance and understanding

Link to the Suzy Lamplugh Trust The Suzy Lamplugh Trust
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The Suzy Lamplugh Trust, a registered charity, is the leading authority on personal safety. Its role is to minimise the damage caused to individuals and to society by aggression in all its forms - physical, verbal and psychological.

Link to Sold Secure Website The Sold Secure Website
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Welcome to the Sold Secure website. In this site you will find a range of products tested to provide you with the best in security, for a variety of applications. Do visit often as we are a dynamic company and the range of products changes almost weekly.

Link to the North Safety Camera Unit the North Safety Camera Unit
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Safety Cameras Scotland is the collective name for the North, East and West Safety Camera Units. It works together with the Scottish Safety Camera Programme and Police Scotland in operating speed and red-light cameras across Scotland.

Link to Card Watch Website Card Watch Website
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The Association of Payment Clearance Service Card Watch web site is the source of:

Information for Card Holders:
Top Tips for cardholders| Avoid becoming a victim of ID fraud| What happens if you are a victim of card fraud?| Numbers to call if your card is lost or stolen| Tips for Internet shopping| Tips for making telephone transactions| Tips for when travelling abroad| Tips for motorists

Information for Retailers:
Don't Stand 4 Fraud - fraud prevention pack| Spot & Stop Card Fraud pack - training pack| Card-not-Present (CNP) fraud prevention guidelines| Counterfeit ALERT! leaflet| UV light checkers

Link to BankSafeOnline Website BankSafeOnline Website
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The BankSafeOnline web site is the source of information for online bank account customers including:

Up-to-date virus checkers | Identify "phishing" email fraud | Password protection |

Link to Government's Consumer Direct Website Anti-scam website
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The Government's Consumer Direct Website contains information on detecting and avoiding scams and rip-offs. Advice includes:

Tips on spotting scam operators in advance | Practical suggestions for dealing with scams and getting out of them | How to prevent unwanted sales calls, faxes, emails, text messages and letters | Points to bear in mind before you take any risks or pay any money | Organisations you can contact that provide help and consumer services |

Link to Scotland's Rural Gateway Website Scotland's Rural Gateway
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Scotland's Rural Gateway - your first stop for rural community networking, news, information, discussion and more.

Link to Scottish Business Crime Centre Website Scottish Business Crime Centre
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The Scottish Business Crime Centre is a non-profit making organisation created in 1996 under the Business Crime Reduction Strategy for Scotland, to establish a unique partnership approach between the Police, business community and Government.

Link to Grampian Neighbourhood Watch Association Website Grampian Neighbourhood Watch Association
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Grampian Neighbourhood Watch Association aims to spread best practice amongst neighbourhood watch groups and help promote safer and more neighbourly communities. The website allows you to find out more about this new association and provides an easy way to join up and make your neighbourhood watch scheme or association a member.

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