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Fire raising in the Mayfield area

Alert message sent 14/03/2019 13:14:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch Scotland


Following an increase in the number of deliberate fires in the Mayfield area of Dalkeith please consider the following:

Deliberately set fires are dangerous; they waste time and money, and keep our crews away from real emergencies.
 

You can join Scotland’s fight against fire by:

  • Being aware of strangers loitering in your street – if they do so for some time, inform Police Scotland on the non-emergency number 101.

  • Contacting Police Scotland via the non-emergency number 101 to share information on anyone who deliberately sets fires. Alternatively, give the information anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

  • Reporting any build-up of rubbish to your local authority or community fire station. This will help ensure it can be removed and prevent fires.

  • Ensuring you are aware of where the children or young people you look after are – and what they’re doing.

  • Making sure that children and young people are aware of the risks of playing with fire and the consequences of deliberately setting a fire.

  • Reporting any fly-tipping directly to your local authority or to the National Dumb Dumpers Stop line on 0845 230 40 90.
     
     
    Deliberate fire-setting is an offence and anyone with information regarding fire setters can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

    Thank you SFRS.                 
                        
Message sent by
Scott MacKellar (SFRS, Local Area Liaison Officer, MidLothian,East Lothian and Scottish Borders)

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