Crime Prevention

Teamwork, crime prevention education, community and businesses working together with the police will help reduce the likelihood of crime.

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Preventing crime is better than solving it. And, it should start from the very person who is likely to fall victim.

By not allowing yourself to be a victim of crime is already a personal victory against criminality. Being forewarned about modes of crime should heighten your collective vigilance in making the streets and communities of Clydebank a safer place.

 

Click here for West Dunbartsonshire Local Policing Plan 2014-2017

 

Average statistics for the Clydebank

Serious Violent Crime

-50.00%

Minor assault (incl. assault of an emergency worker)

0.21%

Drug Crime

-22.92%

Disorder and Anti-social Behaviour Incidents (Reported by the Public)

-28.12%

Drunk and disorderly

-1.16%