Losing access to vital European security arrangements post-Brexit will only benefit criminals, Scotland’s Justice Secretary has said.
Planning for Brexit has been a “game-changer” for Scotland’s police force as it prepares to recruit 120 more officers, the Justice Secretary has said.
Scotland’s justice secretary has pledged to hold talks with a Dundee woman who was brutally battered by a convicted murderer on day release from jail.
Linda McDonald wants answers – and she wants the law changed to ensure that what happened to her cannot happen to anyone else.
‘Tele’s campaign has struck a chord’: Dundee MSP urges justice chiefs to let locals to have say on automatic jail terms for paedophiles
Shona Robison has met Scottish justice chiefs to discuss jailing people who commit sex crimes against children after the Tele called for those convicted of such offences to be locked up.
A Dundee politician is to quiz the Scottish Government on what can be done to tackle sexual offences involving children.
Scotland's new justice secretary has pledged to consider calls by the Tele to introduce mandatory jail sentences for those convicted of sex offences involving children.
Newly-appointed Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Humza Yousaf, visited Dundee’s Al-Maktoum College of Higher Education on Monday.
Council chiefs are set to reject proposals to raise the age limit on free bus travel — as they call on ministers to protect local services.
The date when average speed cameras on the A90 north of Dundee will go live has been announced.
Transport Minister Humza Yousaf plans to make an urgent statement to Parliament on Wednesday about plans to improve Scotland's railways.
The RMT union has called on the Scottish Government to set out an immediate timetable for Abellio to be stripped of its ScotRail franchise.
Scotland's Transport Minister has called for rail strikes to be suspended while talks take place, amid the prospect of a legal challenge to the industrial action.