All Investigations Posts
Investigation: Scot in Israel Julie Pearson suffered scores of injuries before her death as her family accuse police of failing to investigate
The extent of the injuries suffered by a Scots hotel worker before her death in Israel can be revealed today.
Shock findings reveal sex discrimination in health system is having devastating impact on lives of women with heart problems
Women are at greater risk of fatal heart attacks because of sex discrimination in the health care system, experts reveal today.
Mothers are buying, giving away and selling breast milk through an unregulated online trade in an effort to feed new babies.
‘He used to ask me to wear short skirts and invite me to the seaside’: Priest accused of abuse in Scotland and California faced allegations from five girls
A Catholic priest accused of abuse in Scotland and California has faced allegations from five separate children, we can reveal.
One of Scotland’s leading pathologists has questioned police officers’ decision to let tragic student Scott Calder wander off alone after a night out.
Independent watchdogs should be investigating the incineration of classified files and documents from an undercover unit exposed as chaotic and possibly criminal, according to a former head of the Scottish Crime and Drugs Enforcement Agency (SCDEA).
A police probe has been launched into claims about potential cover-up at Scotland’s former elite crime agency.
Victim has to work two jobs for child’s upkeep while sex offender in prison has child support debt written off
A serial sex offender who fathered a baby with one of his victims is to have his child support arrears written off – because being in prison means he cannot pay.
Call for external police force to launch probe into potential cover-up at Scotland’s former elite crime agency
Police Scotland’s decision to appeal a whistleblowing officer’s courtroom victory must not be allowed to delay an independent investigation into a potentially criminal cover-up at an elite crime-fighting agency, according to leading MSPs.
Threats, violence and death as County Lines drugs gangs seize homes in towns and villages across rural Scotland
PEOPLE living in rural communities around Scotland are being targeted by ruthless “county lines” gangsters who want to take over their home to sell drugs.
Investigation: How Scotland’s FBI torched bags of sensitive files as undercover unit is exposed as chaotic, possibly criminal, shambles
TWO senior police officers who led a crime-fighting force announced their retirement last week as a court judgement revealed mismanagement and cover-up at the elite agency.