At our October meeting Police Scotland told us that the law gives the legal right to impound cars for various offences and to charge for keeping and returning them to the owner. After 14 days, if unclaimed, cars may be crushed.
NRCC have been in discussion with Police Officers about ant-social driving in Nairn-in particular in Harbour street. The police have urged the public to note registration and
colour of cars involved and telephone if possible whilst anti-social driving was happening. Information may also be given to the Police by telephoning their 101 Number.
Officers at our last meeting warned us all that care should be taken to lock
doors when upstairs or in the garden and to secure sheds and bikes.
Thieves are nipping in and out, taking what they can and these opportunist
crimes are difficult to solve as they don’t leave evidence.
Thank you to all responsible dog owners in Nairn. Please can you help educate others who are not and get them to sign the pledge on the following leaflet. NRCC is currently in contact with Highland Council about this and these two links connect with a leaflet about the how to be a Green Dog Walker Page 1 of Green Dog Walker LeafletPage 2 See our letter to Highland Council re Dog Dirt