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New curbs against drug-driving

Drug-driving limits and roadside testing will be introduced in Scotland, the Cabinet Secretary for Justice Michael Matheson has announced.

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Chiefs plea...Mr Gormley wants members of the public to share their views on the 2026 Police Scotland strategy. You can complete the survey by visiting the website www.scotland.police.uk/about-us/policing-2026/ by May  8.

Police Scotland Chief Constable Phil Gormley’s 2026 vision

I meet the chief constable of Police Scotland as he is preparing to head to London for a colleague’s funeral.

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Getting the basics right...is a top priority for Scottish Police Authority chairman Andrew Flanagan.

SPA chairman Andrew Flanagan discusses Policing 2026

Criminals are becoming ever more sophisticated and Police Scotland needs to rise to meet that challenge.

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Conversation and consultation...is vital to ensuring the success of the 2026 vision, according to Deputy Chief Constable Rose Fitzpatrick.

DCC Rose Fitzpatrick on Police Scotland’s 2026 vision

As policing beats go, they don’t get much more interesting than the whole of Scotland.

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Scottish Police Authority chairman Andrew Flanagan with Police Scotland Chief Constable Phil Gormley at the 2026 strategy launch.

Police Scotland 2026: ten year strategy consultation

The public is being asked for its views on the ten year strategy for Police Scotland. Julie Currie finds out more about the force’s vision for 2026.

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Gang who stole Angus ATM sentenced

Gang who stole Angus ATM sentenced

The gang behind the theft of an ATM in Carnoustie, as well as others across Britain, have received lengthy sentences.

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Angus stalker avoids jail

A jealous stalker who “controlled” and “monitored” his ex-partner even after they had broken up - before violently attacking her new boyfriend - today (Tuesday, April 18) avoided a jail term.

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Emerging threats in intellectual property crime

Emerging threats in intellectual property crime

Experts from across Europe are meeting at the Scottish Police College to discuss the emerging threats in intellectual property crime particularly the illegal use of Internet protocol television (IPTV).

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Woman seen in nightclothes on A90 near Stracathro services traced

Woman seen in nightclothes on A90 near Stracathro services traced

A woman who was seen in her nightclothes walking near the A90 in Angus in the early hours of this (Sunday) morning has been traced “safe and well”.

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Youths seen running away from Montrose Golf Links after fireraising incident

Youths seen running away from Montrose Golf Links after fireraising incident

A group of youths were seen running away from Montrose Golf Links after a fire was deliberately started among gorse bushes on one of the courses.

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Man admits setting fire to friend with homemade flamethrower

A teen who left his friend permanently scarred after burning her with an aerosol flamethrower was facing jail.

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Appeal following attempted break-in

Appeal following attempted break-in

Officers in Montrose are currently investigating an unsuccessful attempt to enter domestic premises in the town yesterday (Thursday).

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Fine handed down for bar brawl

Fine handed down for bar brawl

A man who battered a £10 million lottery winner in a “handbags at 10 paces” bar room brawl today (Thursday) avoided jail.

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Damage caused by woodworm.

Guidance to avoid woodworm scam after elderly Angus couple conned out of £5k

A national trade body is urging people to be aware of the facts regarding woodworm after an elderly couple in Angus were scammed out of £5,000.

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Vandals set serious handicap at Montrose Golf Links

Vandals set serious handicap at Montrose Golf Links

Montrose Links has been plagued by vandals who have stolen equipment and started fires.

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New Royal Mail initiative to protect against scam mail

New Royal Mail initiative to protect against scam mail

Royal Mail has launched another major new initiative to protect consumers from scam mail. Since November, Royal Mail has successfully stopped more than 700,000 scam items from reaching its customers.

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Vehicles damaged in Montrose

Vehicles damaged in Montrose

Officers in Montrose are seeking witnesses after a number of vehicle wing mirros were damaged in the early hours of Sunday (April 9)

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Jonathan Gourley. (Picture by Watchtower Media).

Police on hunt for Kirrie man who threatened to “wipe out” airport

Police are on the hunt for a Kirriemuir man - who threatened to “wipe out” an airport during a Syria rant in the wake of the November 2015 Paris attacks - after he failed to appear at court today (Tuesday).

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Advice against anti-social behaviour in Angus

Advice against anti-social behaviour in Angus

Police Scotland has issued advice for parents following a number of anti-social behaviour incidents perpetrated by youngsters in Angus.

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Serious collision on Forfar-Montrose road

Serious collision on Forfar-Montrose road

Police Scotland officers have closed part of the B9113 Forfar to Montrose road following a serious Road Traffic Collision.

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