Two members of Scotland’s ‘most sophisticated’ crime gang have been told they must pay back £1.6 million from the proceeds of their criminal actions.
The Lord Advocate, James Wolffe QC, today welcomed the publication of figures on Hate Crime in Scotland.
An official Statistics publication for Scotland
A report on Hate Crime in Scotland, 2018-19 was published today. This brings together figures on race crime, and on crime motivated by prejudice related to religion, disability, sexual orientation and transgender identity.
A 37 year-old woman has been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment after embezzling money from two Glasgow based organisations.
The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) and Police Scotland have today (Friday 10 May) published the revised 5th edition of their Joint Protocol on Domestic Abuse.
A 27 year old man, who kept dogs for fighting, has been sentenced to 7 months imprisonment and banned from keeping dogs for 20 years.
A 43 year-old police officer whose course of conduct caused a vulnerable woman significant fear and alarm has been sentenced to two years and eight months in prison and given a three year a non-harassment order at Perth Sheriff Court today.
A former payroll manager who admitted embezzling the British Red Cross has been told she must pay back £176,366.16 from the proceeds of her criminal actions.
A man who tried to extort nearly £100,000 from his landlord and deliberately set fire to a house he had been renting has been jailed for 12 years.
A former football coach who abused boys was today jailed for four years.
Francis Cairney, 83, committed the offences against boys as young as 12 between 1965 and 1986.