A north-east police office is opening its doors to give the public a look behind the scenes.
The office in Ellon will host an open day on Saturday May 26.
The event will be run in conjunction with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, which will also open its doors to the public.
Members of the public will be able to meet officers at the Bridge Street station, as well as learn more about the work of the police dog unit and road policing unit.
The family-friendly event will also allow the public to tour the station, seeing the holding cells, and to have their fingerprints taken.
Sergeant Andy Sawers, who has organised the open day, said: “We are delighted to be able to invite members of the public into the Ellon station and answer any questions people may have about policing and to discuss local concerns and security issues. These events are a great opportunity for young and old to engage with some of our local staff and see how varied the life of a police officer can be.”
The office will be open from noon to 4pm.