The new Community Sergeant for East Kilbride is looking to meet fresh challenges head on.Scott Anderson, 45, replaces Sgt Jamie Madden, who took on the role of Operational Sergeant, Border Policing Command, Glasgow International Airport, this month.With 17 years' service, he joins an experienced community policing team after stints elsewhere in Lanarkshire, although he is hoping to work with local residents to address areas of concern in East Kilbride.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.
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