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Fall in complaints against Scottish senior officers 'a mystery'

Figures reveal allegations of misconduct against senior Scottish officers decreased by 80 per cent last year.

Since Iain Livingstone's appointment as Chief Constable of Police Scotland, complaints against senior Scottish police officers have fallen considerably

Since Iain Livingstone's appointment as Chief Constable of Police Scotland, complaints against senior Scottish police officers have fallen considerably

Date - 25th May 2019
By - Harry Wise
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The Vice-Chairman of the Scottish Police Federation says it is a "mystery" why the number of complaints against senior Scottish police officers has dramatically fallen. David Hamilton told Police Oracle he believes the fall may be due to...
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