Reporting Suspicious Behaviour:

Police officials advise there are low levels of community intelligence (i.e. residents not reporting enough ). Please report any dangerous or suspicious activity or antisocial behaviour. This helps the emergency services build a profile of the area. There are various ways that you can report: –

❏ Call 999 if you are reporting a crime that is in progress or if someone is in immediate danger.

❏ Call 101 to report crimes that are not an emergency. You can also call 101 to give information to the police or make an enquiry.

❏ Call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 anonymously

❏ Call 0141 287 9999 to contact the Council’s CCTV control room if suspicious activity is taking place at the under-noted camera locations. 0141 287 9999

❏ Contact our Local Problem Solving Officer, Cenny Smith at cenny.smith@scotland.pnn.police.uk

❏ Contact our elected representatives if you feel your reporting is not being registered or being acted on:

Baillie Norman MacLeod

Councillor David Meikle

Councillor Jon Molyneux

Baillie Hanif Raja

MSP Nicola Sturgeon

MP Alison Thewliss

Reporting Litter Problems

You can report the following problems to The Environmental Task Force:

  • Litter
  • Dog Fouling
  • Graffiti
  • Fly posting
  • Fly Tipping (illegally dumping waste).

By telephone 0141 287 1058

By using the MyGlasgow App (see below)

By using the Council’s online reporting tool (you will need to sign on)

Using the MyGlasgow App

MyGlasgow is a mobile phone app that enables you to report issues to Glasgow City Council.

You can attach photos, video or any other contextual information to your report and pin point the exact location via integration with Google Maps.

Once submitted your report is routed to Glasgow City Council for processing and allocation to the relevant Service Delivery Team.

You can report on wide variety of issues:

– Missed bin collection 

– Broken parking meter 

– Illegal fly posting 

– Parking meter 

– A broken street light 

– Graffiti 

– Pot holes 

– Illegal dumping of waste 

– Dog fouling 

You can also view local information, e.g. council tax bands, planning applications, Council facilities, jobs, etc. near your current location.

The MyGlasgow App is available on Android and iOS