POLICE have had to deal with numerous youth disorder calls in West Fife.

Officers were at Dalgety Bay, Inverkeithing and Rosyth on the same night last Wednesday after large gatherings were reported.

Posting on the South West Fife police Twitter account, they stated: "A couple of youth disorder calls this evening.

"Gatherings at Harbour Place in Dalgety Bay and Prestonhill Quarry in Inverkeithing.

"Definitely groups of more than eight.

"Parents and guardians, make sure you know where your children are and what they’re up to please. #WhereIsYourChild."

Police also attended the former social work building in Rosyth on June 24 after more disorder.

They warned parents that the site was still being used as a place for young people to "hang out", with many hazards including broken glass and electrical wiring.

The Press reported last month that around 100 youngsters were drinking alcohol and playing music at Prestonhill Quarry, with a fire at the site also attributed to them.

Inverkeithing councillor David Barratt raised fears after young people were also spotted jumping into the water at the abandoned quarry at the end of May – a site where two 18-year-olds have drowned in recent years.