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Funding for Community Safety Projects
The K&M CSG is offering funding for community safety projects in Kincardine & Mearns.
Local Police Reports
Read the Local Policing Team report for Kincardine and Mearns.
First Responder scheme set up
A self-funded First Responder Scheme is up and running in Stonehaven.
Pubwatch scheme
The CSG is supporting a Stonehaven Pubwatch.
Cinema for Portlethen
The Kincardine & Mearns CSG is funding a new cinema for Portlethen.
Anti-social behaviour posters
Portlethen school pupils have produced anti-social behaviour posters.
Under-age drink crackdown
The Kincardine & Mearns CSG is supporting a crackdown on under-age drinking.

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Office-bearers: ChairpersonPadding space Caroll EvansPadding space
Vice Chairperson Ron Sharp
Treasurer Lenny Lawrence
Secretary Kirsty Alchin


Dates of future meetings:

  • 2014
    • Thursday 6th November at the Resource Centre in Stonehaven at 7.30pm.

Minutes of previous meetings:

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Calendar logo & link to more information

The Kincardine & Mearns Community Safety Group has supported Grampian Police in launching their local Community Safety Calendar for 2009.


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Link to more information on a Cinema for Portlethen

The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group is funding an exciting new initiative in Portlethen. Using a grant of £570 three evenings of community cinema showing of films are to take place in Portlethen.


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Link to more information on anti-social behaviour posters The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group is supporting an anti-social behaviour initiative at schools in Portlethen.

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Stonehaven Pubwatch logo and link to more information The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group is supporting a Pubwatch scheme in Stonehaven.

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No alcopops logo and link to more information The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group is supporting a crackdown on under-age drinking.

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Bike light photo and link to more information The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group have launched a bike safety initiative.

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Wristband photo and link to more information The Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group have supported an initiative by Grampian Police to use fashionable wristbands to promote safety for school children.

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Coastal safety

Coastal sign & link to more information on coastal safety
The Kincardine & Mearns Community Safety Group has funded coastal safety signs along cliff tops in the area in collaboration with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. The signs warn of steep cliffs and advise visitors to stay on the marked paths and not to attempt to climb on the cliffs.

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Beach safety

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Sea safety initiative
The CSG is supporting a Project Officer to carry out a wide range of sea safety initiatives with young people

Safety for fossil hunters
Kevin Hutchens, Chairperson of the Kincardine and Mearns Community Safety Group expressed concern that Fossil hunters visiting the rocks off the coast at Cowie, near Stonehaven could put themselves in danger from incoming tides. He said that people visiting the beach should follow the advice of the Marine & Coastguard Agency and pay heed to their SeaSmart code.


Local crime

Picture of notepad and link to free notepads local-crime campaign
The CSG has helped to fund Notepads which encourage householders to record details of suspicious activity and then prompts them to pass this information to the Police as soon as possible. The Notepads are available to householders free of charge.

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Firework safety

Firework logo & link to more informaiton on firework safety
The Safety Group is calling on shopkeepers to voluntarily impose restrictions on the sale of fireworks in the run-up to November 5.

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Mouse mats for youngsters

Mouse mat logo and link to more information on the mousemat project
1000 computer mouse mats have been sponsored to provide ready access to youngsters in every school in the Mearns with helpline phone numbers.

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