Support workers have raised concerns about an “unbelievable” rise in the number of sexual crimes that have gone unsolved.
Police have stepped up the fight against drug-related harm in Dundee by seizing more than £100,000 of illicit substances.
Residents in Fintry say they are “fed up” of young vandals damaging their cars.
Safety fears as concierge service at all Dundee multis to be scrapped for two-car ‘rapid response’ team
Night-time concierges at Dundee multis are set to be replaced with centralised “rapid response” teams which rely on remote CCTV to spot trouble, sparking safety fears among residents.
Almost 150 Dundee residents have made their homes safer in the past three months thanks, in part, to the Tele’s Safe as Houses campaign.
Crime in Dundee rose slightly in the three months to December, bucking several national trends, new policing figures show.
Scotland's communities minister has backed the Tele’s Safe as Houses campaign as she pledged to continue cracking down on bogus callers and rogue traders.
A top anti-fraud cop is warning of the dangers posed by scammers after it was revealed Taysiders have lost £750,000 to phone banking cons.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has revealed its plans to cut the number of casualties by 10% and the number of accidental house fires by 20% over the next decade.
Police have warned that callous cold callers are targeting pensioners for their cash and valuables, amid a spike in reports of bogus workmen.
An increase in convictions for internet offences is behind a rise in the number of sex offenders in Tayside, according to a new report.