The latest newsletter from our local community police officer, PC Robert Wallace, is available to download below. In November there were 31 calls to the police from the St Monans area. These consisted of various types including noise complaints, fraud, theft, road traffic matters, intruder alarms and 999 calls. 4 crimes were recorded in this period.
16 Days of Activisim#
November 25th marks the start of the annual 16 Days of Activism campaign to end violence against women and girls. Police Scotland will be supporting the initiative with a calendar of activities and calls to action to show our continued commitment to the campaign. Gender based violence is an ongoing threat in our local communities and the events and activities that are planned demonstrate that Police Scotland will not tolerate violent behaviour and abuse and tackling and preventing it continues to be a priority. Consent, domestic abuse, forced marriage and human trafficking are just some of the important concerns being highlighted. Police Scotland will support our partners and community as we get involved in a series of activities at professional sporting events,
community meetings virtually and in-person as well as visiting gyms and attending workshops – all in a bid to raise awareness of the help and support available.
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence is an annual campaign that starts on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until 10 December, Human Rights Day. This year marks the 30 year anniversary of the international campaign.
Help is available 24 hours a day by contacting the Domestic Abuse Helpline – 0800 0271234
Also below is the local contact email address for our 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.