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Police Scotland - Project Servator - 13th Dec 2017

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Alisdair woodburn tweeted: Good to see @policescotland out and about on a #wintry day spreading the word on #ProjectServator This officer was joining the festive fun & even taking photos of people in the snow scene so that all the group could be in the photo.

Good to see @policescotland out and about on a #wintry day spreading the word on #ProjectServator This officer was joining the festive fun & even taking photos of people in the snow scene so that all the group could be in the photo. @GlasgowCPolice @DCCFitzpatrick @Glasgow_Live
12th Dec 2017 - @Naburn2

Déri Szilvia tweeted: RT @Naburn2: Good to see @policescotland out and about on a #wintry day spreading the word on #ProjectServator This officer was joining the festive fun & even taking photos of people in the snow scene so that all the group could be in the photo.


12th Dec 2017 - @szilviade_


Police Scotland - Project Servator - 23rd Nov 2017

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Project Servator lined up for Fringe Festival

Police Scotland will be fully utilising Project Servator in the lead up to and during the course of the Edinburgh International and Fringe Festival 2017. Project Servator is an innovative and collaborative community approach which aims to protect the local areas and build upon the safety and security plans already in place to ensure a safe and secure International Festival. Project Servator will see highly visible yet unpredictable deployments of specially trained officers around the clock to keep people safe
19th Jul 2017 - The Edinburgh Reporter

Glasgow 2014: Police Scotland step up security operation

Last month Police Scotland announced Project Servator - policing tactics designed to deter, detect and disrupt criminal and terrorist activity ahead of the Commonwealth Games. This operation sees "highly visible yet unpredictable" deployments of specially trained officers around the clock to keep people safe - at venues, on the transport network and on the streets themselves in the run up to, and during the Commonwealth Games. It involves mounted police, dog units and the force helicopter.
1st Jul 2014 - BBC News

High profile police operation in Glasgow to tackle crime ahead of Games

Mounted police, dog units and the force helicopter will are to descend on Glasgow as part of a new tactic to tackle crime at the Commonwealth Games. The new Police Scotland tactic, Project Servator, will be operating in the city's George Square on Wednesday between 2pm and 4pm. This will see uniformed officers deployed and supported by officers from Community Safety Glasgow. Mounted police, dog handlers, plain clothed officers and air support will also be in operation. A statement from police said: "Project Servator is a new tactic and part of Police Scotland’s strategy to deliver a safe and secure Commonwealth Games.
20th Jun 2014 - stv.tv