A community organisation is preparing to keep residents safe this bonfire night.
The Aberdeen Community Safety Partnership has launched a joint operation to prevent antisocial behaviour and fire raising around the celebrated event.
The intelligence led operation, known as Operation Fawkes, will target areas which have traditionally experienced antisocial problems.
Last year’s operation contributed to a decline in antisocial behaviour and criminal activity during the bonfire period. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were called out to just 10 incidents, 23 fewer than 2015.
There was also a 72% reduction in fire calls and 55% reduction in firework calls to Police Scotland.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader Councillor Jenny Laing, who is chair of Aberdeen Community Planning Partnership, said: “Working with other agencies allows us to keep residents safe from harm while making the best use of our resources and knowledge.
“The Community Safety Partnership is committed to keeping our communities safe and we hope everyone has a safe night.”