Labour accuses Michael Matheson of complacency, with chief constable on special leave and four officers suspended

There is no crisis in Scottish policing, the Holyrood justice minister has said following a string of high-profile suspensions from the national force.

In a statement to the Holyrood chamber on Wednesday, Michael Matheson said: “Our ongoing scrutiny of Police Scotland has consistently shown that police officers and police staff at all levels remain committed to delivering policing into our communities that I believe is the match of policing anywhere in the world.”

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