(adapted from an email form Loraine Duckworth, Partnership Development Officer)
What: Consultation event for victims & witnesses to crime
When: Monday 16 January 2017, 6pm to 8pm
Where: Fort Community Wing Sports Hall, 25 North Fort Street, EH6 4HF
Edinburgh Council’s Community Safety Services are consulting on the Scottish Government’s new model for community justice which aims to reduce crime, keep communities safe and promote social inclusion and citizenship. People who have been witnesses or victims of crime are invited to go along to the above event.
If you have any questions or could distribute flyers, please contact Suzan.Ross@edinburgh.gov.uk.
Loraine Duckworth | Partnership Development Officer | The City of Edinburgh Council | Place | City Centre Leith Team | 329 High Street | Edinburgh | phone: 0131 529 7403 | Mobile: 07739188437
(adapted from an email from Living Streets Edinburgh)
With Council elections taking place on 4 May 2017, Living Streets Edinburgh is asking all political parties to include measures in their manifestos that will make walking in Edinburgh safer, easier and more enjoyable. Edinburgh is a naturally 'walkable' city but conditions for pedestrians are often inadequate. Yet despite barriers to walking almost every one walks. Living Streets want City of Edinburgh Council to build on this and to support their aim to make Edinburgh a truly world class city for people walking.
Here are Living Street's four 'big ideas' :
- Transform Street Management
- Invest Much More in Walking
- Make a Comprehensive Traffic Plan for the City Centre
- Pedestrianise George Street
The full manifesto delivered to all councillors can be seen at http://www.livingstreetsedinburgh.org.uk/Living-Streets-Edinburgh-Manifesto.pdf. New Town and Broughton Community Council would like to hear your views on the Living Streets manifesto. Please use our contact form to tell us what you think.
The Police Scotland West End Community Officers' contact details are
- email EdinburghCityCentreCPT@scotland.pnn.police.uk
- Twitter @EdinPolSE (https://twitter.com/EdinPolSE)
- Facebook @EdinburghPoliceDivision (https://www.facebook.com/EdinburghPoliceDivision)
They emphasise that the email box is not monitored 24/7 so in circumstances where the Police are required 101 or 999 should always be the first port of call.
They encourage people to follow them on Twitter as 'we provide near daily updates about Police activity in the City Centre'.
(adapted from Police Scotland's website)
Police Scotland consults with the public every year on what their priorities are for policing in their community. This year the consultation process is widening, becoming more flexible, and moving online to a digital format that will be open all year.
Everyone's views across Scotland will be taken on board at a national and local level. There is no 'one size fits all' approach to local policing and all the needs and wants of individual communities will be considered.
It's a very simple process that should only take a few moments of your time but will shape the way that policing is coordinated across Scotland and in your local community.
Police Scotland will keep you updated on our quarterly results. The consultation will be a completely transparent process as it's all about your priorities.
(adapted from an email from 'Prevention, Interventions & Partnerships' within Police Scotland)
Over the past few months Police in Edinburgh and the City of Edinburgh Council have been working in partnership with representatives from the City’s Muslim, Sikh and Hindu communities to deliver this funding opportunity.
We are inviting you to apply for funding to deliver projects which will help create a city free from Islamophobia.
Individuals and groups, supported by a charity or organisation, as well as charities and organisations themselves, can submit an application to receive up to £5,000 worth of funding per project. Continue reading