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Our recent work with Special Constables

Neighbourhood Watch Scotland were out at Dalkeith, Midlothian at the weekend sharing a coffee and biscuits with our partners Police Scotland, Special Constables.

As part of their ongoing patrols, which includes tackling acquisitive crime, they will be engaging with people, providing prevention information and advice and highlighting Neighbourhood Watch Scotland in the local communities.
If you have been thinking how you can make a difference in your community and be part of a group working together to help make communities safer, and promote wellbeing please go to the Neighbourhood Watch Scotland Website: for more information on Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, how to join a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme or receive Neighbourhood Alerts.
If you are interested in becoming a Special Constable. The Special Constabulary is a part-time, volunteer body consisting of voluntary officers. As a special constable, you’ll work alongside our police officers in your spare time – forging strong partnerships in the community, patrolling our streets, preventing crime, and interacting with all kinds of people to give back, keep your local community safe and help to make a real difference. If you would like to learn more or would like to apply, please consider visiting:…/special-constables/