June, July and August 2020 Police Reports

Attached are the monthly police reports for June, July and August 2020.

May 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for May 2020.

Police Scotland Survey

Police Scotland are undertaking a survey to understand public confidence and experience of their approaches to policing the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We invite your feedback to help Police Scotland shape how they do things, respond to local issues and concerns, and where communities might need additional support.

The survey can be accessed here.

April 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for April 2020.

March 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for March 2020.

February 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for February 2020.

Catterline Skate Ramp Survey

Daisy Buchanan, a Catterline resident and pupil at Mackie Academy, has put together a convincing and innovative proposal for a youth community project, to establish a skate park in Catterline. In order to establish what others think and if others will use the ramp, you are requested to complete this online survey by the 6th March 2020.

2020 St John's Hill Wind Farm Community Fund

 

UPDATE 31/3: In light of the current COVID-19 situation, the St John's Hill Wind Farm Community Fund will close until further notice and re-open for three months in the future, when restrictions have been lifted.

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After a short delay, the St John's Hill Wind Farm Community Fund will open on the 1st March 2020 for applications from the CKDCC area, until the 31st May 2020. The Decision Making Panel, along with a representative from the Kincardineshire Development Partnership (KDP), will meet in June to consider the applications.

January 2020 Police Report

Attached is the monthly police report for January 2020.

Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) Workshop Planning Meeting

On Thursday 6th February, the Catterline Braes Action Group (CBAG) and Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are holding a community engagement session in the Creel Inn, to present detailed plans for the 'Nature-based Solutions (NBS) for Slope Protection' workshop, which is scheduled for 26th -28th March.

The local community are strongly encouraged to attend, as this session will provide a key opportunity to raise questions and discuss any concerns you might have. Please spread the word....