School Link Police Officers

Every Secondary School in the City now has a dedicated Police School Link Officer. Further information about the project can be found here. It is important to liaise with your local officer as they have a responsibility to ‘deliver inputs and promote diversionary and preventative work’, which may include delivering Digital Safety lessons. Although based at Secondary schools, School Link Officers may also be available to deliver some Digital Safety work in primary schools, so it is important to discuss your programmes of work in order to avoid duplication of materials. In primary schools, your Community Police Officer may also be trained to deliver CEOP Digital Safety training.

Click on the names below to email your School Link Officer.

PC Paul Robinson – Firrhill High School/Wester Hailes Education Centre
PC Iain Collins – Broughton High School/Craigroyston Community High School
PC Jenn Shelley – Drummond Community High School/Trinity Academy
PC Darren Campbell – Queensferry Community High School/The Royal High School
PC Jimmy Dee – Currie Community High School/Balerno Community High School
PC Paul Scott – Tynecastle High School
PC Lyndsay Barr – Forrester High School/St Augustine’s RC High School
PC Verity Ferry – Portobello High School/Leith Academy
PC Mark Dickson – Gracemount High School/Liberton High School
PC Simon Berwick – Castlebrae Community High School/Holy Rood RC High School
PC Tara Adam – Craigmount High School/St Thomas of Aquin’s RC High School
PC Karen Stewart – Boroughmuir High School/James Gillespie’s High School

> Digital Safety Coordinator

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