Joint police and fire talks will continue to be given to school pupils in areas surrounding the former Strathmartine Hospital as deliberate fireraising continues to plague the site.
The visits target high schools and selected primaries and highlight the risks and consequences of deliberate fires.
Evidence suggests young people are to blame for many cases of fire- raising and emergency service chiefs hope education can help them reduce the number of incidents.
Mobile CCTV units and Dundee community wardens are also circulating in the area.
Roy Dunsire from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service will give a performance report for the period from April to June to Angus Council’s scrutiny and audit committee in Forfar.
He said: “There were 32 deliberate secondary fires reported during quarter two, which is above the three-year quarterly average.”