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Safer Community Wardens operating in Peterhead.

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Charis Beagrie - joined the role as a Safer Community Warden in November 2017 as maternity cover. Charis really enjoys her job role as no day is the same as the other. Charis has just finished college after studying Social care, Social sciences and Public services. Charis loves to learn new skills and attributes within her job role, making and maintaining friendships with the public and getting to know the local shops. She likes the fact that the Wardens work alongside many partnerships such as Police Scotland and Scottish Fire and Rescue Service as this role allows her to see the town from a different perspective. She enjoys receiving feedback from the community and individuals about how they feel safe when the Wardens are present as she feels that the Wardens really do make a difference. Charis is excited to have the opportunity to be able to educate not only children but also adults in the role of the Safer Community Wardens and how each individual can remain safe within the community and at home.

To contact Charis:
Email: charis.beagrie@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
Phone: 07887 568231 | 01467 537427

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Michael Chappell - Originally from Pontefract in West Yorkshire joined the Community Safety Team for Aberdeenshire Council in August 2017 working in Peterhead. Having spent 14 years in the criminal justice sector as a Custody Officer and Team Manager Mick has wealth of experience in dealing with partner agencies and the public and is looking forward to working with the local community and strengthening the bond between the Safer Community Wardens and the people of Peterhead.

To contact Mick:
Email: michael.chappell@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
Phone: 07748 154480

Safer Community Wardens operating in Fraserburgh.

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Cathy Ramsey - Cathy Ramsey began working as a Community Warden in 2007 based in Peterhead with the Police, until the role transferred to Aberdeenshire Council in 2017. Cathy now works in Fraserburgh where she has lived all her life.
Cathy enjoys engaging with the public and meeting new people. The Community Warden role allows her to work in partnership with Police Scotland and Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, which helps make Fraserburgh a safer place to work and live.
Most of all, Cathy really likes being out in the community speaking to people from all walks of life and enjoys the fact that no two days are the same, as the job is so versatile.

To contact Cathy:
Email: cathy.ramsey@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
Phone: 01467 534521 | 07979 192532

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Alex Scrimgeour - Originally from Glasgow, Alex joined Aberdeenshire Council in 2014 and has been working in Fraserburgh as a Safer Community Warden since June 2017. In his role as a warden, Alex enjoys being involved in the local community, helping to make it a safer and more enjoyable place to live. Being involved with safety talks, local community group meetings and working with partner agencies such as Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, really help make his role worth while. Alex really likes the fact that in his job he gets to meet and speak with a variety of people from all different backgrounds every day, no day is the same as the last!

To contact Alex:
Email: alex.scrimgeour@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
Phone: 01467 533144 | 07867 441593



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