In the report that was presented to River Community Council last week, Inspector Murdo MacLeod wrote:
“I make no apology for the “thin” report this month which is testament on the low levels of crime we have in the
Highlands and long may it
continue.” He then listed the following under Noteable incidents:
Between 2000 and 2359 hours on
16th February 2013 a door window was smashed at a property on Albyn Court Nairn.
Although the property was not entered a considerable amount of damage was
Between 1635 hours on 16th February and 0600 hours on
the 20th of February 2013 an insecure car was entered on Moss Side Drive Nairn and a camera,
laptop and hard drive were stolen.
Whilst there were other serious incidents during the month of February in Nairn it would be insensitive to provide levels of details within this report.
Should any person have any information regarding these crimes they should contact local police or alternatively report anonymously via crime-stoppers on 0800555111. ”
The information listed by Inspector MacLeod also detailed how the new Scottish Police Service website would go live on the 1st April. The notes stated: “Designed specifically to enhance communication with the public, the website will provide communities across
with access to crime prevention advice and information about policing in their
local area. Information will be tailored for each community with individual web
pages for each of the 353 ward areas across Scotland
demonstrating our commitment to doing all we can to reach out to our
An article on Nairn’s new area commander ( the first female area commander for Nairn) is available here.