Tackling violence and dealing with antisocial behaviour have been made top priorities by the Chief Constable of Police Scotland in a new Police plan published for 2014/15.
The four main priorities are:
- Violence, disorder and antisocial behaviour
- Road safety and road crime
- Protecting vulnerable people
- Serious and Organised crime and Counter Terrorism
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