Police Scotland

Foo, a policing body and a police force

The Police Service of Scotland (Police Scotland) became operational on 1 April 2013, and replaces the 8 regional police forces in Scotland:

  • Central Scotland Police
  • Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary
  • Fife Constabulary
  • Grampian Police
  • Lothian and Borders Police
  • Northern Constabulary
  • Strathclyde Police
  • Tayside Police

It also replaces the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency.

Right to Ask
Statistical information about 'Right to Ask' and 'Power to Tell' applications made under the Disclosure Scheme for Domestic Abuse (Scotland) are frequently published on the Police website.
Requests under the Right to Ask scheme must be made directly and privately to the police, and certainly not in public via this website. See the Police Scotland guidance and contact forms for the Right to Ask scheme.

Looking for information about Police vehicles (fleet)?
Police Scotland regularly publish this information on their website so you might not need to make a request.

Requests to Safety Cameras Scotland should also be made to Police Scotland.

Freedom of Information requests made using this site

Nobody has made any Freedom of Information requests to Police Scotland using this site yet.