Police Scotland Marine Policing Unit :: Shared Description

The Marine Policing Unit forms part of the Operational Support Division of Police Scotland.

The Unit is strategically located across four sites in Scotland:
Bucksburn Police Station, Aberdeen (Dedicated Dive and Marine)
Greenock Community Fire Station, Rue End Street Greenock (Dedicated Dive and Marine)
Fettes Avenue, Edinburgh (Non-dedicated Marine officers only)
Dundee, Baluniefield (Non-dedicated Marine officers only)

The primary function of the Marine Unit is to support operational policing by providing a capability to conduct searches on water, under water and within confined spaces.

This support includes:
Missing person search/body recovery
Property search/recovery
Intelligence led searches
Counter Terrorist (CT) security searches;
Marine patrol
Flood assistance in support of the Fire and Rescue Service
Underwater Scenes of crime photography/video
Waterborne security at high profile events
Search/recovery in a confined space environment
Examination of equipment in Diving Fatalities
Operation of the Police Scotland Dive School
by Thomas Nugent
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NS3274 : Marine Policing Unit at Port Glasgow by Thomas Nugent
NS3274 : Marine Policing Unit at Port Glasgow by Thomas Nugent
NS3274 : Marine Policing Unit at Port Glasgow by Thomas Nugent
NS3274 : Marine Policing Unit at Port Glasgow by Thomas Nugent
NS3274 : Marine Policing Unit at Port Glasgow by Thomas Nugent


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Created: Fri, 25 Nov 2016, Updated: Fri, 25 Nov 2016

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