Po­lice Scot­land to put more armed of­fi­cers on the streets

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As­sis­tant Com­mis­sioner Mark Row­ley speaks to the me­dia. dis­trust and fear. The po­lice stand to­gether with all com­mu­ni­ties in the UK and we will take ac­tion against any crim­i­nal be­hav­iour, which seeks to un­der­mine so­ci­ety, es­pe­cially where crimes are mo­ti­vated by hate.

“Com­mu­ni­ties de­feat ter­ror­ism, which is why we must main­tain the strong re­la­tion­ship we have be­tween the pub­lic and the po­lice.”

Bri­tish Trans­port Po­lice (BTP) asked the pub­lic to re­main “vig­i­lant” and not to be alarmed to see armed of­fi­cers at sta­tions or on trains where you wouldn’t nor­mally ex­pect them to be. They said: “We have

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