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Dixie the detection dog does it again!

Smokers in East Ayrshire can now breathe more easily thanks to the vigilance of the public, the thorough investigations of Trading Standards, and the tobacco tracking talents of Dixie the...

East Ayrshire Police Officers initiate quad bike patrols to tackle rural crime

The quad bikes, which are supplied as part of a joint initiative with East Ayrshire Council, are now accessible to specially trained officers and can be rapidly deployed across the...

Scotland is Stunning – East Ayrshire backs Zero Waste Scotland campaign urging people to bin litter or take it home

Zero Waste Scotland has launched a new campaign: Scotland is Stunning – Let’s Keep It That Way, which aims to inspire people getting out and about to enjoy the great...


Shut out scammers to beat doorstep crime

Partners including Police Scotland and East Ayrshire Council have joined forces to raise awareness of the tactics used by these unscrupulous traders. This week partners set-up an advertising feature at...

Vital services continue to protect communities

Key workers and frontline services have been most affected by government guidance and are very visible in our communities right now, but behind the scenes, other services have been making...

Charities need our help, but please give safely

It comes amid reports of scammers targeting vulnerable people, for example by posing as fundraisers collecting money for charity, who are diverting vital funds away from genuine causes.  Action Fraud...