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Police Scotland on Festive Patrols
While you were Christmas shopping yesterday (or working) Dundee Channel were out with Tayside Police Community Officers in Dundee City Centre seeing some well kent faces along with one of the City Ambassadors as the city centre officers showed us some of what their work entails at this time of year. Watch out for some well kent faces along with people caught where they shouldn’t have been right on cue. Watch out too for the out-takes at the end Merry Christmas from The Dundee Channel.
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Only 3 more filming days before Christmas
There’s only 3 more filming days before Christmas but we’ve been packing them in last night with Pianoman Alan Davidson in Arbroath and this afternoon with Tayside Police in Dundee city centre. Also Threads and Lorraine Law commercials went live this week and there’s more on with way before the year end
Dundee Channel News 19-09-14
£2 million of improvements could be on the way for Dundee’s City Square, Parking meters in Dundee could be replaced at a cost of £245,000, The Council, NHS and Police are golfing to support women experiencing violence and GPS could be used to prioritise gritting this winter.
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Internet related crime on the increase in Tayside
Internet related crime is on the increase Tayside Police has dealt with 50 cases of hi-tech or e-crime this year. While Facebook featured in more than 300 crimes that did not necessarily point to a link with the site. However cases looged as aggravated by a hi-tech or e-crime element gave an indication of where the internet or other technology was a fundamental tool.
Tayside Police Choir to visit New York for 10th anniversary of 9/11
Three choirs will travel to New York city to take part in a series of events to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. Lothian and Borders Police Choir, Tayside Police Choir and Inchorus which is a community choir from Peebles in the Borders will perform a song created by conductor Andrew Russell which mixes the hymn Amazing Grace with the American patriotic song The Star Spangled Banner. The choirs say its a gift from Scotland to the people of New York to demonstrate their compassion for lives lost and support for communities affected by the atrocities.
Single Scottish Police Force
A single national police force for Scotland would provide greater benefits which other options for change do not deliver. Kenny MacAskill said he was convinced the case for creating a single force had been strengthened following consultation over the summer.
Dundee Facebook rioter appears in court
18 year old Liam Allan appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court yesterday charged with conducting himself in a disordery manner and commiting a breach of the peace. It is alleged that Mr Allan used Facebook to attempt to incite a riot in Dundee city centre. Click the photo to watch our video.
Tayside Police move swiftly to avoid riot
A teenager has been arrested in connection with an incitement to riot posted on Facebook. Tayside Police confirmed an 18 year old man had been arrested. Scottish police forces have been swift to prevent any copycat rioting like the events across England. Click the photo to watch our video
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