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Police Report

Welcome
A warm welcome to PC Ben Clark, Community Officer, who will be working alongside PC Dougie Stapleton.
Ben lives in Clackmannanshire and is a very keen golfer.

Domestic Abuse
Police Scotland respond to a report of domestic abuse every 9 minutes.
Domestic abuse exists in all sections of our communities. Domestic abuse can exist in all types of relationships between partners and ex partners. Abusers and victims can be male or female, any race or religion and from all different types of background. Police Scotland works to a nationally agreed definition of domestic abuse which has been adopted by the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service.

This is: Any form of physical, verbal, sexual, psychological or financial abuse which might amount to criminal conduct and which takes place within the context of a relationship. The relationship will be between partners (married, cohabiting, civil partnership or otherwise) or ex-partners. The abuse may be committed in the home or elsewhere including online.
There is a common misconception that domestic abuse is just physical abuse. This is not the case. Domestic abuse can be physical, sexual, emotional or mental abuse.

Physical abuse includes: All types of assault and physical attacks like hitting (including with objects), punching, kicking and burning.

Sexual abuse includes: Forcing you to have sexual intercourse or forcing you to engage in sexual acts.

Mental/emotional abuse includes: Threats (including threats of violence); criticism and name calling; coercive control, controlling what you do, where you go and who you speak to; threatening your children, isolating you from friends and family; accusing you of being unfaithful; threatening to ‘out’ your sexual orientation to family, friends or work colleagues; sharing or threatening to share intimate images of you with family, friends or work colleagues (commonly known as ‘Revenge Porn’).
Further information is available at: www.scotland.police.uk/keep-safe/domestic-abuse/

Local Incidents
Between 7pm, Thursday 10 January and 10.30am, Sunday 13 January, a quantity of diesel was stolen from a lorry at Blairingone. (CR/1283/19)

The RSPB Centre at Vane Farm Cottages, Milnathort was broken into about 10.50pm on Saturday 19 January. It is thought the thief was disturbed during the incident as no property appears to have been stolen. (CR/1614/19)

Anyone with any information that may be useful should contact Tayside Division on 101 or any police officer, quoting the crime reference number listed at each incident. Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously via the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Police Scotland – local community
Telephone 101 for non-emergencies

Community officers for Kinross-shire: PC Atholl Spalding and PC Douglas Stapleton.
Community Sergeant (Kinross-shire): Sgt Robert Hogg.
Email: taysidekinross-shireCPT@scotland.pnn.police.uk
Community Sergeant (Kinross-shire): Sgt Robert Hogg.

Community Inspector for Perth South (Strathearn, Strathallan & Carse of Gowrie, Almond & Earn, Kinross-shire): PI Kevin Chase.

Ways of following the Police:
twitter.com/policescotland
www.facebook.com/PoliceScotland
www.scotland.police.uk


Community Watch
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Crime Stoppers – Telephone 0800 555 111
This is a free phone number (unless you are using a mobile phone), which any member of the public can contact at any time if you have information relating to a criminal activity of any sort. It is, if you wish, confidential and you cannot be contacted if you choose to remain anonymous.