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Tag Archives: Scotland
According to this article, Scottish Limited Partnerships (SLPs) “do not have to disclose their accounts or name the people who control them” and are “an attractive set-up for all manner of fraudsters, money-launderers and criminals.” SLPs are promoted in Eastern … Continue reading
Scotland’s auditor general has reported poor financial management in the national police for the 3rd year in a row and forecasts a significant funding gap in coming years, according to this article. Critics say the report contradicts claims that the 2013 … Continue reading
According to this article, political leaders and activists in Scotland are still at odds over whether the unification of regional forces into one national police in 2013 has resulted in better service with more accountability. One main concern is whether … Continue reading
This article reports a drop in the number of women occupying senior positions in Police Scotland. Recently there were no female applicants for two assistant chief constable positions currently held by women who are retiring. Some believe that the merger … Continue reading
This opinion column discusses several recent police incidents in Scotland now in the public eye. The underlying debate is whether the amalgamation of the country’s regional forces into one national force has been beneficial or not.
A special issue of the journal Scottish Justice Matters is devoted to recent changes and developments in policing in Scotland. It is available here.