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 […]

8th March 2018

March 8, 2018 0

Anas Sarwar accused of racial bias over Police Scotland powers An independent group of experts has accused Labour MSP Anas Sarwar of misrepresenting stop and search data to claim black and Asian people are more […]

7th March 2018

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Review how legal aid fees are set with urgency, lawyers plead When Carnegie UK Trust chief executive Martyn Evans last week unveiled his much anticipated report into the future of legal aid it received broad […]

6th March 2018

March 6, 2018 0

Social media checks should be used for firearms applicants, says report Social media background checks should be used more often by police considering whether to grant firearms licences, according to a new report. A review […]

5th March 2018

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Police handler calls on Scots to back new law after his service dog almost died from stab wounds A police officer whose service dog almost died from stab wounds has called on the Scottish Government […]

16th Feb 2018

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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 […]

15th Feb 2018

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Stop and search is our best weapon in the fight against crime According to the latest recorded crime figures in England and Wales, there has been a steep rise in violence. Knife offences are up […]

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 […]

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February 12, 2018 0

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