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Public Access Defibrillators
A map of the locations of Public Access Defibrillators in the Buchan Coastal area, with advice on how to use a defibrillator, is available online.
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Funding for Central Peterhead
What is Your Voice Your Choice? Itís a project that will involve and benefit local people from Central Peterhead.
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Local Policing information
Read about police priorities and activities in your area. Use the link and click on your local area when you get there.Local Policing Team.
Local Funding Available
The Buchan CSG is offering funding for local safety projects.

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Office-bearers: ChairpersonPadding space Padding space Sandy Allan
Vice-Chairperson Alex Davidson
Treasurer Anne Allan
Minute Secretary Talia Cook

Dates of future meetings:

    • 2020
      • Dates will appear here soon.

    Anyone with an interest in safety matters in the Buchan area is welcome to attend meetings.

    The Minutes of previous meetings are available online:

    Safety Projects:

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    The Buchan Community Safety Group has helped to fund specialised bikes for local Police patrols.

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    Is-Your-Number-Up logo - click for more information Buchan CSG is promoting the "Is Your Number Up" scheme and urges householders to display clear door numbers or house names to help emergency services save valuable time and lives. 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 clear door number or house name, it can add seconds or even minutes to their response time and that could cost lives.

    Click on the logo for more information.

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    Buchan CSG is promoting ICE.
    Eight out of ten people aren’t carrying information that would help if they were involved in an accident. Storing next-of-kin details in your mobile phone can assist the emergency services if youíre unable to tell them who to contact.

    ICE stands for "In Case of Emergency": it’s what the emergency services will look for if you’re involved in an accident and have your mobile phone with you.

    Simply use your mobile’s phone book to store the name and number of someone who should be contacted if you have an emergency – but add the letters ICE in front of their name.

    Smoke alarm logo - click for more information The CSG has provided 17 smoke alarms for the hard of hearing.
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    Personal attack alarm picture Buchan CSG sells personal attack alarms at a cost of £3.50. These can be purchased from the Community Wardens who are also promoting them in schools.

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