A two-week initiative to reduce antisocial behaviour will take place in an Aberdeen community this week.
Police Scotland has teamed up with partners including Aberdeen City Council’s antisocial behaviour team, city wardens and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service to engage with different communities to make improvements.
Last week the events focused on the Cornhill, Rosehill and Cairncry high rise flats in Mastrick, but this week will move on to the Moir and Cummings Park areas of Northfield to address youth antisocial behaviour.
Tomorrow they will be located at Moir Green in a Street Pastors vehicle from 8am until 8pm.
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PC Katie Humphries said: “Activity will be on all week but we will have a large number of partners on Wednesday.
“The teams are looking forward to the events and we’ll be delighted to speak to anyone who wishes to discuss any issues they have about their area.”