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Chief praises local police and volunteers during visit

The new Ayrshire police chief visited Arran on Monday on a familiarisation visit to meet his staff, partners and members of the volunteer emergency services.

Offering praise for the many local volunteer organisations, he also sought to understand the issues faced by the organisation with regards to policing on Arran.

Looking at issues such as operational demands, staffing, particularly during times of peak demand and summer secondments, Chief Superintendent Paul Main said: ‘Policing on Arran is bespoke and it works well. It is recognisable, visible and works closely with partners in the area. It is a model of the type of successful policing I would like to see across Ayrshire.’

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