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Community Police : Monthly Report


 Figures for the month of February 2023


53 calls in total for the Stepps area


11 of which resulted in recorded crimes with the breakdown as follows


1 x Assault

4 x Breach of conditions

2 x Road Traffic offences

1 x Offence under communications Act

3 x Disorder offences


Of these crimes 5 have been detected with 6 still currently being investigated/ no further lines of enquiry.


These figures are slightly skewed due to  of the crime reports being attributed to one individual who fails to adhere to conditions set by Police/ courts.


Current issue regarding Dirt bikers at Cardowan, with Quad patrols having commenced and a plan in the pipeline to target a Sunday in the coming weeks. Officers are seeking any further information as to other areas in Stepps with similar issue.   

Community Police

Stepps & District Community Council is within Ward 5 of North Lanarkshire Council.

PC Lake and PC Fleming are the community police officers covering the Stepps and Muirhead areas. They are based at the Cumbernauld Police Office.


A monthly crime update is given to S&DCC to keep residents informed of any incidents in the area.

The community policing team can be contacted on the

team e-mail address of


If you have any other local concerns to report, contact the Secretary with full details of the time, location and details.

The Little Book of BIG SCAMS

*** Reporting Incidents via the Police Scotland 101 System ***


Residents concerned about local incidents, minor crime or disorder are encouraged to report via the non-emergency number 101. This can be done anonymously. It is important that incidents are reported and logged as this creates a record and evidence of an ongoing issue which may require additional resources. 

Use the non-emergency number and call 101 for situations that do not require an immediate police response.

This will help keep 999 available when there is an emergency, for example, if a crime is taking place, or someone is in immediate danger – for these types of incidents, always call 999.

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