A rape victim charity calls for "radical changes" to the handling of sex offence cases after a judge strongly criticised the way a woman was treated in court.
Nearly two-thirds of the clubs in Scotland's top two divisions do not have a dedicated safeguarding officer with no other roles at the club, despite advice from charities and footballing bodies.
Police Scotland had thousands of devices awaiting forensic examination at the end of 2019 including 1483 phones and 229 laptops.
Nearly 10,000 calls to a helpline for rape victims went unanswered last year due to a lack of resources, according to Rape Crisis Scotland.
Victims of sexual assaults have had to travel over 100 miles wearing the clothes they were attacked in before they can have forensic examinations.