Police Scotland

The Police Service of Scotland, or in Scottish Gaelic Seirbheis Phoilis na h-Alba, is more than often simply called “Police Scotland” – it is the public police service of Scotland. The new force was created in 2013, merging the former seven police forces, namely Central Scotland Police, the Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary, the Fife Constabulary, Grampian Police, Lothian and Borders Police, the Northern Constabulary, Strathclyde Police, and Tayside Police, plus some already centralised services.

Non-emergency vehicle with official markings:

Police Scotland - SJ60 BBO - © Bernd Biege 2015
Police Scotland – SJ60 BBO – © Bernd Biege 2015
Police Scotland - SJ60 BBO - © Bernd Biege 2015
Police Scotland – SJ60 BBO – © Bernd Biege 2015

Central Glasgow – police van and police cyclists on patrol:

Police Scotland - SJ62 DCV plus two police cyclists in Glasgow - © Bernd Biege 2015
Police Scotland – SJ62 DCV plus two police cyclists in Glasgow – © Bernd Biege 2015

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