23rd March 2018

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Call for extra patrols to prevent Hydro darts louts damaging property Residents in the West End have asked for extra police to patrol their streets during a specific SSE Hydro event. Members of Yorkhill and Kelvingrove community […]

16th March 2018

March 16, 2018 0

Police watchdog accused of ‘gross misuse’ of public money over redundancy deals A former chief executive of Scotland’s police watchdog personally signed off on a £165,000 “golden handshake” deal for a senior executive who had […]

9th March 2019

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Suspended police chief Bernard Higgins back at work One of Scotland’s top police officers has returned to work after a period of suspension, his lawyer has said. Assistant Chief Constable Bernard Higgins was stood down […]

16th Feb 2018

February 16, 2018 0

Brian Wilson: Here’s how to avoid political interference in the police I try to avoid becoming wise after events so, amid the deluge of “why-oh-why has it all gone wrong?” commentaries on Police Scotland, it […]

14th Feb 2018

February 14, 2018 0

Chris Marshall: Police Scotland needs to act to prevent Gormleygate 2 Change the rules to prevent a repeat of Police Scotland’s Gormleygate, writes Chris Marshall. After eight months of fevered speculation about his future, enough […]

13th Feb 2018

February 13, 2018 0

Letters: The Police Scotland saga confirms power is centralised in this country RUTH Marr is correct that Justice Secretary Michael Matheson would have been damned for intervening in the issue of former Chief Constable Phil […]

9th Feb 2018

February 9, 2018 0

TO paraphrase Vladimir Lenin, “an opinion, no matter how invalid, told often enough becomes the truth”. And so it is with the opinion that everything carried out in the name of Police Scotland is wrong […]

2nd Feb 2018

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More police stop and search won’t stop knife crime here’s why (MENAFN – The Conversation) Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, recently pledged to increase the use of police stop and search powers to tackle knife […]

26th Jan 2018

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THERE is a good deal of confusion over James Kelly MSP’s repeal bill to scrap the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act. The proposed legal change is not about being more tolerant of […]

23rd Jan 2018

January 23, 2018 0

Average speed cameras reduce dangerous driving on A90 Surveys carried out since the cameras were installed between Stonehaven and Dundee reveal 99 out of 100 motorists are complying with the speed limit.  Previously three out […]

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