20 May 2018
Survey finds 87 per cent of Scots said they would report suspicions of human trafficking to police, up from 80 per cent last year
Current legal complaints system ‘not fit for purpose’, says Scottish Legal Complaints Commission chair
18 May 2018
SLCC chair Jim Martin said “comprehensive change” to the legal complaints system was required
Majority of reviews into decisions not to prosecute carried out to a ‘high standard’, inspectorate finds
17 May 2018
The Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland has reviewed the Crown Office’s handling of victims’...
16 May 2018
Home secretary Sajid Javid tells the Home Affairs Select Committee more cases of wrongly deported...
14 May 2018
Tory MSPs oppose the report, which warned that denying those on custodial sentences the...
10 May 2018
EXCLUSIVE: John Carnochan, the former godfather of Scotland’s Violence Reduction Unit, has some...
No one wants to further burden a victim of sexual assault but we cannot allow assailants to walk free
6 May 2018
Rape convictions are ridiculously low but to believe the answer is to legally compel victims to...
3 May 2018
Kenny MacAskill tells Holyrood ‘no pressure’ had been put on Megrahi to drop his...
2 May 2018
The Merry family in Lanarkshire were set to be forced apart after it was issued with a deportation...
30 April 2018
Scottish successes in criminal justice have been praised recently, but more funding is needed if...
27 April 2018
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on changes to the PVG scheme
26 April 2018
Fife councillor suspended by Standards Commission for Scotland for pre-judging an license applicant...
25 April 2018
Guide on tackling sexual violence and harassment issued to Scottish universities and colleges