Community payback for attack on police officer at Falkirk station

It has been suggested the Met Police follow the example of Glasgow.
It has been suggested the Met Police follow the example of Glasgow.

A woman admitted attacking a police officer at Falkirk Police Station.

Anne Reilly (55) assaulted a police officer at the station on March 19 last year.

Reilly, 24 Rye Drive, Glasgow, admitted the assault and behaving in a threatening manner in Stirling Street, Denny on March 18, 2017.

She was placed on a community payback with the condition she complete 120 hours unpaid work within three months.