This week we’ve had bomb scares and bike thefts, and there’s also been fireworks related anti-social behaviour.
2 Males charged with throwing fireworks at members of the public last night. http://t.co/JgBBujdyKY
— EdinburghNorthPolice (@EdinNorthPolice) November 6, 2013
And that’s just the things we know about.
Police Scotland are running a public consultation on the local policing plan for Edinburgh, which, we understand, will also inform local ward priorities too. The plan will cover the next three years between 2014 and 2017, so if you think the Police are not doing enough to address a particular issue in Leith, now is the time to say so.
There’s a series of local meetings planned around the city over November. The nearest one for most Greener Leith readers will be on Wednesday the 13th of November between 2-4pm at the McDonald Road library.
If, like many people you are otherwise engaged between 2-4pm on a weekday, you can fill out a quick on-line survey.
Although it doesn’t seem to be officially promoted anywhere, cycle campaign group SPOKES say you can also email comments to this email address, if you find survey monkey restricts the elegance of your prose too much: EdinburghLPP@scotland.pnn.police.uk