Members of Edinburgh Law School's Understanding Inequalities project have published two new high profile reports.
Published 16 September 2021
Traffic police in Scotland are catching as many drivers on drugs as those who are drunk, new figures show.
Published 13 September 2021
The publication of a review into how the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service manages criminal allegations against the police has been welcomed by the Lord Advocate.
Published 9 September 2021
The Metropolitan Police could adopt a gender-neutral uniform for all police officers following a consultation of officers.
Published 31 August 2021
Former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill has called on Police Scotland to cease all involvement in training police in Sri Lanka following concerns about human rights abuses.
Published 30 August 2021
Police have been "fair and proportionate" in their enforcement of Covid-19 restrictions, according to new research published by the Scottish Police Authority (SPA).
Published 24 August 2021
Old police stations number among 100 properties sold by Police Scotland that have netted the single force more than £28 million since 2013.
Published 12 July 2021
Hate crimes recorded against the police have risen over the past three years and comprise up to half of such charges in some areas, the Law Society Gazette reports.
Published 29 March 2021
The Scottish Police Authority will receive an additional £10 million to invest in modernisation of the police fleet.
Published 19 March 2021
The terms of reference for an inspection into how the Crown Office handles criminal complaints made against the police have been published.
Published 23 February 2021
The Justice Sub-Committee on Policing has issued a call for views on the report by Dame Elish Angiolini on police complaints handling.
Published 18 December 2020
The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) has improved how it operates but policing in Scotland is not financially sustainable, says the Auditor General for Scotland.
Published 11 December 2020
Undercover police and MI5 agents will be given explicit permission in law to commit criminal offences under new legislation introduced by the UK government.
Published 25 September 2020
A device used by police to conduct checks, record details and share information has saved officers thousands of hours of time, The Courier reports.
Published 6 July 2020
Police Scotland has been reported to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) over the use of breath tests during the pandemic.
Published 19 May 2020