WhatsApp, Citizens Advice and the National Trading Standards' Friends Against Scams are working together to launch STOP. THINK. CALL., a new campaign to help educate people on how to protect themselves and their WhatsApp account from message-based scams.
Police Scotland is supporting local communities across the country with a range of specialist resources to keep people safe around Bonfire Night. A number of specially-trained officers will be deployable within the North, West and East of Scotland to support local officers during this busy period.
Starting Wednesday 10 November at 12pm until 1.30pm and every Wednesday thereafter.
Entry - £4 per person, includes a bowl of delicious home-made soup, cakes and tea & coffee.
Everyone Welcome at Blair Atholl Village Hall.
The law on fire alarms is changing. By February 2022, all homes in Scotland will be required to have interlinked fire alarms, meaning if one alarm goes off, they all go off. This will alert you to danger more quickly, no matter where you are in your home.
Police Scotland are launching our annual national 'After Dark' campaign on Monday 11th October 2021. The campaign will run until Monday 25th October 2021 and is designed to raise awareness around home security.
This month's topics include: Prepare for and protect against ransomware attacks, COP 26 – Improve your business’s cyber resilience, New 159 Call Service that helps connect you to your bank, Cyber Essentials for charities and more.