Police Scotland - Isle of Mull & Iona Watch

Scheme information

The Islands of Mull and Iona display some of the most beautiful and inviting scenery on the West coast of Scotland, with around 338 square miles and a population close to 3,000. As the second largest island in the Inner Hebrides, Mull has a significant rural footprint, with a wide variety of businesses and associated interests. Along with traditional farming and cheese making, Mull & Iona are tourism hubs, with people from all around the world visiting throughout the year. To help Police and support a very busy community, we have to look at more modern ways of keeping in touch. The Rural Watch scheme is hosted by Neighbourhood Watch Scotland and offers another way in which our team and the community can communicate on a real time basis. It allows ourselves within Police Scotland to highlight important issues, appeal for information and assist with further crime prevention. The scheme has recently been redeveloped to allow for a whole island approach, meaning we can all work together, no matter where on the island you reside. Our aim is to send key messages at key times, on subjects that may or could affect our community. With your participation, we can all play a part in keeping people safe. The Mull & Iona Policing Team

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Scheme coordinator

Clare Chalmers
The Mull & Iona Community Policing Team is based at the following locations: Tobermory – PC Helen Mason (Helen.mason@scotland.pnn.police.uk) Salen – PC Sharon Carr (Sharon.carr@scotland.pnn.police.uk) Craignure – PC Dominic Grierson (dominic.grierson@scotland.pnn.police.uk) Bunessan – PC Clare Chalmers (clare.chalmers@scotland.pnn.police.uk) The team are here to support the communities we represent and aim to be visible at all opportunities. Officers can be contacted through the Rural Watch scheme, or by emailing directly. Please remember that crimes should only be reported via the 101 (Police Scotland non-emergency) number or by 999 in cases of emergency.
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