Constable Emily Hayter was recently assigned to the role, and will form part of the inter-agency team comprising social work, health and education, as well as Grampian Police.
The NEON project, which stands for New Elgin Open Neighbourhood, is an access point where families, young people and children can contact services in a safe and friendly environment, with the team offering an integrated response to any issues they may have.
Constable Hayter said she was excited to be part of the community project.
"All of us working from the hub at New Elgin Primary look to share our professional expertise to best help those who come to us for assistance," she said.
"This means that together we can offer the best advice possible and provide a more holistic – and hopefully speedier – response in terms of follow-up care and support.
"The NEON team deal with a number of matters, and just like being a regular police officer on the beat, you never know what each day will bring.
"We can assist with a number of different issues, including child care and protection, alcohol and drugs problems, housing, education and mental health. Whatever the problem, we will do our very best to help those in the local community."
Constable Hayter will be working from the NEON centre on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9am to 5pm, and is encouraging locals to drop in with any questions or issues they may have.