NHS Fif has confirmed that seven people affiliated with the Police Scotland Training College in Tullyallan tested positive for Covid-19.
The number of confirmed cases includes family contacts of individuals associated with the Aloe vera facility.
All the victims are currently suffering from mild symptoms and are isolated sitting at home.
NHS chiefs say there is no evidence at this stage that there has been an infection within the broad faculty.
By adding to it based on the steps already taken and the information currently available, the risk of forward infection has been reduced.
Communication seekers are in the process of identifying and identifying intensive contacts in positive areas to provide public health support and counseling.
As a precaution, people who contacted those who tested positive were asked to self-isolate with further assessments pending.
Dr Lorna Watson, NHS FIF’s public health consultant, said: “We are grateful that students and staff at Police Scotland College in Tuliallan may be concerned, but there is no indication of further transmission of COVID-19 to this facility. There are.
“As part of the test and protect program, we have arrangements in place to identify close contacts in positive areas to reduce the chances of further spread of the virus. It is a proven and proven method of breaking the chain of transmission of communicable viruses such as COVID-19.
“It is important for anyone to experience well-established symptoms of COVID-19, such as high temperatures; A new, persistent cough; Or damage or changes in your sense of smell or taste, using the UK Government Citizens Portal or by calling 0800 028 2816. “
Assistant Chief Constable Alan Spears added: “Police in Scotland are following instructions from the Scottish Government and the NHS, and where cases of coronaviruses have been identified, we work with local health boards and follow testing and safety procedures.
“We have strong measures in place to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. The cases are related to the benefits of our driving training and there is no evidence of infection among the larger colleges.”
A local online support hub has been created to provide COVID-19 testing information and epidemic updates.