8th Jan 2018

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DAMAGE BILL Police Scotland pays out £1.2million in one year to repair cop cars Police Scotland paid out £1.2million in one year to repair almost half of its motor fleet, figures reveal. The force had […]

5 January 2018

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5 January 2018 Police Scotland assistant chief constable faces new misconduct investigation A senior Scottish police officer already suspended over allegations of criminal behaviour is now also being investigated for gross misconduct, it has been […]

4 January 2018

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4 January 2018 Dozens of local police officers declare second jobs Sixty-six policemen and women based in Tayside have business interests outside their regular jobs, a freedom of information request revealed. The data showed the […]

3rd Jan 2018

January 3, 2018 0

Tayside’s top police officer: Tackling “huge” mental health demand is force’s greatest challenge Divisional Commander, Chief Superintendent Paul Anderson said the force in Tayside is dealing with a complicated “mix of demand” and is looking […]

28th Dec 2017

December 28, 2017 0

COP-OUT Cash-strapped Police Scotland splash cost of nearly 20 new cops on SEVEN high-paid bosses Cash-strapped Police Scotland are splashing the cost of nearly 20 new cops on just SEVEN high-paid civvy bosses. The struggling […]

21 December 2017

December 21, 2017 0

No crisis in Scottish policing, says watchdog There is no crisis in policing” in Scotland despite the current situation with complaints against chief officers, the force’s watchdog has said. Derek Penman, HM Chief Inspector of […]

20th Dec 2017

December 20, 2017 0

Police Scotland to use drones that see in dark for spy missions Intelligent drones that can see in the dark will be used for secret police spy missions, Police Scotland has said. Drones equipped with […]

19th Dec 2017

December 19, 2017 0

More honesty is needed to resolve the police merger Tapping variously into the heated politics of Scottish policing and constitutional preferences, the merger of British Transport Police (BTP) into Police Scotland is an issue unlikely […]

18 Dec 2017

December 18, 2017 0

Former police negotiator opens up on helping suicidal and neutralising threats from gunmen Cathy MacDonald knows it’s good to talk. She has guided suicidal people down from bridges, dealt with pirates of the high seas […]

15th Dec 2017

December 15, 2017 0

Scottish Budget sees police and fire services receive full VAT THE VAT which the UK Government has finally agreed to stop collecting from Scotland’s police and fire and rescue services will go into their budgets in full, Finance […]

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