Episode seven of our Sheku Bayoh: The Inquiry podcast – Hot to touch – contains some startling revelations about policing both back in 2015 and today.
Top Scottish cops led a US event on the best way to reduce the use of force when dealing with someone in possession of a knife, just days after Sheku Bayoh died.
Scottish councils have given up to £200m to private firms to provide residential care for children and young people, despite promising to move away from the practice four years ago.
Four people die every week in Scotland while in prison, police cells or other forms of state detention or care, according to figures exclusively shared with The Ferret.
The organisation overseeing Scotland’s children’s care system reform – The Promise – has spent almost a third of its budget on external costs.
People with both mental health and addiction issues are still facing a postcode lottery for treatment, despite national guidance.
The Home Office has confirmed it will reverse a policy change that saw refugees evicted from its asylum accommodation with as little as seven days notice.
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