Police Scotland has no plans to use drones “covertly”, Chief Constable Iain Livingstone has said.
There is a “powerful case” for police officers and other key workers such as teachers to get priority for Covid-19 vaccines, Scotland’s most senior police officer has said.
People living in the most deprived parts of Scotland are more than 10 times more likely to be penalised for coronavirus breaches than those in wealthy areas, according to a new report.
Scotland’s former lord advocate has pushed back on “false and scandalous” attacks on him over the malicious prosecution of two Rangers FC administrators.
Police Scotland Chief Constable Iain Livingstone has said he supports calls for an inquiry into the malicious prosecutions of former Rangers FC administrators Paul Clark and David Whitehouse.
The public are being asked for their views on the use of bodycams by Police Scotland, as the force looks to roll out the technology.
Viral video of police in Aberdeen investigating Covid breach at house to be reviewed by independent group
An independent review into the police's handling of an alleged Covid breach in Aberdeen is to be carried out.
Scotland’s chief constable has said police responded proportionately when they were called to reports of a house party, after a video of an incident in Aberdeen was widely shared on social media.
Nicola Sturgeon says there is no "immediate concern" over medicine or food supplies in the run up to Christmas after more than 40 nations banned arrivals from the UK over coronavirus fears.
Scots have been urged to stay home for Hogmanay as the number of new daily coronavirus cases surged above 1,000 for the first time in two weeks.
The First Minister and Police Scotland’s chief constable have urged people to “do the right thing” and follow coronavirus restrictions for Hogmanay.
Coronavirus: If your neighbour is having a house party call the cops, says Scotland’s most senior police officer
Chief Constable Iain Livingstone has urged people to tell police if neighbours are throwing a house party, as he warned lockdown easing had made people “demob happy".