Emergencies, safety and crime news
Published on 24 Nov 2017
Midlothian’s “Lock Down Crime” campaign is releasing a series of short crime prevention videos in the run up to the festive season when criminal activity like house breaking and rogue trading are typically at their peak.
Published on 3 Nov 2017
We’re urging residents to make sure their Bonfire Night goes off with a bang and not a fatal accident or injury.
Published on 23 Oct 2017
A partnership initiative in Midlothian to tackle housebreaking is being hailed a success as it celebrates its first birthday.
Published on 26 Jun 2017
We are not carrying out invasive inspections in our low rise properties with cladding.
Published on 28 Feb 2017
Midlothian Council is working with a team of experts to protect the health of Melville Housing tenants and private home owners on a Gorebridge development affected by raised levels on carbon dioxide.
Published on 16 Jan 2017
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Published on 23 Dec 2016
The newly formed Straiton Retail Crime Partnership has taken donations to Midlothian Food Bank so local people can have a less stressful Christmas.
Published on 17 Oct 2016
Midlothian residents are being urged to safeguard their properties in order to reduce burglaries in the county as part of the new ‘Lock Down Crime’ campaign.
Published on 13 Sep 2016
From 1st April 2017, the new Community Justice (Scotland) Act 2016 comes into effect and introduces a new model to reduce offending and re-offending and make communities safer.
Published on 19 Aug 2016
The primary aim of the Midlothian Community Safety and Justice Partnership is to reduce reoffending and to make our community safer. Please participate by completing the online survey.
Published on 5 Aug 2016
Midlothian residents are being urged to remain Scam Aware after it emerged that fake charity bag collectors have targeted areas inside the county over the past fortnight.
Published on 8 Mar 2016
By focusing resources on intervening early to tackle the causes of crime, Midlothian Council remains on target to save £250,000 by 2018.
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