Download the latest newsletter from our local community police officers, PC Chris Stecka and PC Robert Wallace. As usual, it covers police activity in several villages within the East Neuk.
35 calls to the police, consisting of various types including noise complaints, road traffic matters, intruder alarms and 999 calls were made from St Monans and Abercrombie. 4 crimes were recorded in this month.
- Substance Misuse
Police are conducting various enquiries into the misuse of drugs in the East Neuk. Enquiries are at an early stage at this moment but if the public have any concerns or wish to make officers aware of anything going on in their area please let them know. You can contact 101 for information purposes only, email the community inbox or even contact Crimestoppers.
- Off-Road Bikes
There have been reports of off-road bikes traveling along the Fife Coastal Path between St. Monans and Elie including various other locations across the routes. The Police are aware of these incidents and in particular a recent one whereby 3 persons were stopped/identified for doing so. A number of other people have also been visited in respect of this behaviour as it is classed as anti -social behaviour.
Below is the local contact email address for your local community team. This is not for reporting a crime but if you feel you require to contact your local community officer then the email address is the best way to do so.
If you do not have access to the internet then you can call 101 and the call handler can send an email on your behalf.