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Police Scotland are members of the Community Safety Partnership and work closely with us to keep East Ayrshire safe and tackle crime through partnership initiatives.

Community policing teams

East Ayrshire is serviced by community policing teams covering the following locations:

  • Annick
  • Kilmarnock North
  • Kilmarnock West and Crosshouse
  • Kilmarnock East
  • Hurlford
  • Kilmarnock South
  • Irvine Valley
  • Ballochmyle
  • Cumnock and New Cumnock
  • Doon Valley

Each team has developed a community policing plan for the area in consultation with the local community and other key partners. The plan identifies the local policing priorities and outlines the strategies put in place to address them.

Non emergency 101 number

For non emergencies call 101.

This will make it quicker and easier to contact the police when you don't need an emergency response, for example to:

  • speak to your local police officer
  • report a crime that's already happened, such as theft or damage to property
  • get crime prevention advice

All 101 calls are charged at a flat rate of 15p whether from a landline or mobile phone. 

The 101 service is designed to take pressure off the 999 system and to make officers more accessible to communities.

Remember to always dial 999 in an emergency.

Contact your local community policing team

Visit Police Scotland: East Ayrshire to find out more and how to contact your local Community Policing Team.

Contact Information

Police Scotland
Telephone (to report a crime): 101
Telephone (in an emergency): 999