supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
Public Counter Opening Hours: Fife Division Consultation
Public resources are under pressure. It is vital that the police use their resources as efficiently and effectively as possible to provide the services that are required, prioritised in the right way. Police Scotland’s Fife Division has launched a public consultation survey to gauge opinion on making some amendments to the way public counters at police stations operate in the Kingdom.
This will include a change to opening hours and the permanent closure of Dalgety Bay Police Station’s public counter.
The police want to assure the local community that police officers remain in their community on a 24 hour basis and this only impacts the public counter.
The consultation survey is also available in British Sign Language and Easy Read, both from the above link to the main consultation home page. Young Scot Members can get 150 Rewards Points added to their Rewards account by taking part and using the code shown when the survey is submitted.