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The cookies used on this site do not store or access any information that could be used to identify you personally but are necessary to use the site to its full potential.
How do cookies work?
When you visit a website, cookies are placed on your user device. The cookies store information and send them back to the site you have visited. The cookies can be used to provide a profile of the places you visit on a website such as, what pages you visit and how long you spend on them. A website may use this information to tailor the pages that you see when you visit the site in future.
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The Scottish Police Authority want to provide you with the best possible website experience. We use analytics to gather information about how visitors use our website to help us improve it's performance and to ensure that the pages you use are delivered quickly by remembering the areas you like to visit.
What cookies does the Scottish Police Authority website use?
The cookies used on this site are detailed below.
Third Party Cookies
We use Google Analytics to collect information on how visitors use our site. This allows us to improve our site for your benefit, but the cookies collect anonymous data.
You can get further information on the cookies used by Google Analytics from their "Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites" page.