Kinross-shire the Friendly County  
Classified Ads
Volunteers Needed
Situations Vacant
Police Box
Club List
Business List
Useful Numbers

Clubs & Groups
Childcare & Education
Public Services

Photo Library

Kinross Newsletter
Kinross C.C.
Milnathort C.C.
Website Information

contact administrator

Police Report

Recent crime locally

  • Some Makita brand power tools were stolen from a vehicle in Glenfarg between the night of Monday 20 July and lunchtime on Tuesday 21 July.
  • Diesel was taken from a digger parked within a field near to Drunzie, Glenfarg, overnight on Saturday/Sunday 25/26 July. Crime ref no CR/20211/15.
  • A silver VW Golf was seen in suspicious circumstances in Bruce Road, Kinnesswood at 0005 hrs on 27 July. Two male occupants exited the vehicle and approached a van parked on the street.
  • Sometime between Tuesday 28 July and Wednesday 29 July, a large quantity of diesel was stolen from two articulated lorries parked and unattended at a farm near Blairingone. Crime ref no CR/20304/15.
  • The cableway and multi unit at the playpark at Kirkgate Park in Kinross was vandalised in early August.
  • Between April and August 2015 damage has been caused to Milnathort Golf course green. Crime ref no CR/20812/15.

    Anyone with information related to the above crimes is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.
Two males from England were arrested for theft by housebreaking in Kinross. They appeared at Perth Sheriff Court on Monday 10 August.

Police Advice – parking at schools
With term having started after the summer break, parents are being asked to park considerately if driving their children to school.
Constable Gordon Dickson from the Road Policing Unit said: “We are here to make the areas around the schools safer for kids to come and go, without them having the fear of being struck by a vehicle driving too fast or parked where it shouldn’t be.
“Officers are asking parents who take their children to school to obey the road markings outside schools, be sensible and keep their children and everyone else’s children safe this term.
“At the end of the day this is their children’s lives we are speaking about, I’m sure any parent can appreciate and understand that.”

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.
Police Scotland – local community
Telephone 101 for non-emergencies

Community officers for Kinross-shire are:
PC Sadie Allan, PC Rhiannon Lorimer, and PC James Wilson.
Community Sergeant, Kinross-shire: Sgt Geoff Goodison.

Community Watch
Receive email alerts about criminal incidents in your area, crime prevention advice, flood alerts and much more by signing up to Perth and Kinross Community Watch. The range of information received can be tailored individually; each person signing up can choose which partner agencies they would like to receive messages from. Visit this website for more details: