Police and fire service

We all want to live in quiet, safe communities without any anti-social behaviour. That’s why we've joined forces with the police and fire services to help make this happen.

The Community Improvement Partnership (CIP) was the first of its type in the UK.

Set up in May 2012, a special team of police officers and a senior fire officer deal with crimes and fire risks in Wheatley Homes Glasgow areas of the city. The CIP is on top of the day-to-day police and fire officers already working in Glasgow.

What does the CIP do?

Housing officers and police officers share information to deal with issues such as anti-social behaviour, noisy parties and drug dealing.

Home fire safety visits also help tenants cut the risk of fire in their home.

Worried about anti-social behaviour in your area?

Report it straight away on your My Wheatley Homes Glasgow account.

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You can also report it to your housing officer.

How do I book a free home fire safety visit?

    You can book a home fire safety visit directly on the Scottish Fire and Rescue website.