Community Wardens

Since 2004 our Community Wardens have been working to:

  • reduce crime and the fear of crime
  • reduce vandalism and anti-social behaviour
  • improve the environmental quality
  • assist in building community pride

The Community Wardens are not intended to substitute Police Officers, however it is important that they receive the confidence and support of the communities as they perform their duties.

Who is the Community Warden for my area?

Elgin

All four Community Wardens listed below will deal with enquiries related to Elgin.
Email: antisocialbehaviour@moray.gov.uk
Tel: 0800 58 77 197

Buckie, Coastal Villages, Cullen
Community Warden Chris Haywood 
Email: antisocialbehaviour@moray.gov.uk
Tel: 07800 670 664

Forres and Speyside
Community Warden David Haytack
Email: antisocialbehaviour@moray.gov.uk
Tel: 07800 670 666

Keith, Fochabers, Dufftown 
Community Warden Donna Jamieson
Email: antisocialbehaviour@moray.gov.uk
Tel: 07966 120 582

Lossiemouth, Hopeman, Burghead
Community Warden Tim Betts
Email: antisocialbehaviour@moray.gov.uk
Tel: 07800 670 665

Community Wardens play a big part in investigating any antisocial behaviour committed by an homeowner or private tenant.  ASB  committed by Council tenants is dealt with by the Community Safety Team Housing Liaison Officer, whilst Housing Association tenants are managed by the relevant Registered Social Landlord. They all work to the guidance laid out in the Anti-social Behaviour etc (Scotland) Act 2004.

Wardens and HLO are capable of providing a professional witness service with the wardens also trained in Restorative Justice principles and in basic mediation techniques, enabling them to deal with low-level neighbour disputes.  Wardens are also authorised to issue fixed penalty notices for litter, dog fouling and fly tipping offences.

Moray Council employ SaCRO as an independent mediation service to whom Wardens/HLO can refer particular cases.

View our protocol for tasking Community Wardens (pdf).

 

Contact Us

Antisocial Behaviour

antisocialbehaviour@moray.gov.uk

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