POLICE across West Dunbartonshire have received more than 800 calls in the past week.

In a post on its Facebook page, Argyll and West Dunbartonshire Police Division detailed the actions of the Safer Summer Task Force in the last seven days.

According to the force, 829 calls were received, which resulted in 131 crimes being reported.

Officers also managed to arrest 57 people, with 30 of those held in custody to appear in court.

Units from the division also dealt with 32 different road traffic collisions during the period reported.

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A total of 118 assistance calls were made, including 36 concerning the welfare of a person.

There were also six missing person reports and 36 different domestic incidents reported since last week.

A statement from the force said: “We will have officers on patrol across West Dunbartonshire throughout the summer months tackling disorder and violence as part of our Safer Summer Task Force.

“We want people living, working and visiting West Dunbartonshire to be safe and to be able to enjoy everything the area has to offer.

“If you have concerns about antisocial or criminal behaviour in your community phone 101 to discuss with local officers. Always phone 999 in an emergency.”