Crime and justice
The Scottish Conservatives have routinely criticised the Scottish Government's approach to justice matters in recent years, with a particular focus on sentencing for violent crime.
Phone calls made by prisoners to the Samaritans more than doubled in just six months,
Transgender victims of crime will still be recorded by Police Scotland according to how they identify their gender, in contrast to new rules for English police
VisitScotland has made a report to Police Scotland after identifying possible instances of fraud relating to COVID grants.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has revealed that the costs to taxpayers of a cyber attack have risen to at least £5.5 million.
The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) has rejected calls for an independent inquiry into policing over the course of COP26.
There are more than 4000 homes being let by overseas landlords in Glasgow, with more than one thousand owned through secretive tax havens, The Ferret has learned.
Sixty-seven police staff have been subject to domestic violence complaints between January 2018 to September 2021.
Youth justice needs a radical overhaul to stop the system from failing Scottish children by sending them to prison, it has been claimed.