The latest newsletter from the police has been circulated this week, and parts of it are clearly only intelligble to people whose first language is public sector.
In it we learn that “Total Neighbourhood remains key” and that “the co-located police and City of Edinburgh Council team based at Waverley Court recently undertook a series of frontline surgeries where Police, social workers, educators, health practitioners and voluntary workers highlighted areas for future efficiencies.”
Translations in the comments please.
Anyway, if you scroll past the strategic, blue sky thinking part, to the local bit towards the end, there’s some bits that may be accessible to us mere Leith mortals, including some information on the priorities are for the local neighbourhood teams.
These priorities are said to include pedal safety on Leith Walk, noise on Easter Road, traffic management on the Shore and anti-social behaviour on Duke Street.
Also, Police are urging locals not to try to buy cheap laptops from people in car parks because the laptops invariably turn out to be made of stones and waterbottles.
Also, keep an eye out for car thieves. Especially if you live in the Western Harbour area.