Welcome to our Featured Articles section where we take a more in-depth look into Police Scotland and showcase policing behind the scenes.
We spoke to PC Tracey Gunn of the 'Meet the Police' project at HMP Edinburgh, which allows the children of prisoners to interact with the police in a positive way.
Chief Inspector Helen Harrison takes us through her first 6 Nations match as Match Commander at the Scotland v Wales fixture at Murrayfield on Saturday 25th February.
International Women's Day 2017
Read about the proud history of women in the Scottish police service.
From dating scams to to that first meetup, here's our dos and don'ts to online dating and keeping safe.
In this special feature, to celebrate Burns Night we investigate a series of strange events down Ayrshire way in the vicinity of the Alloway Auld Kirk.
Wet Weather Driving
In this video, Road Policing Officer PC Raymond Neil gives advice on bad weather driving, and what to do in the event of an aquaplaning incident.
We took an in-depth look at the activites of FoCUS, policing at football and and how they are preventing disorder at Scottish matches.
A day in the life with the Violence Reduction Task Force in Glasgow as officers put themselves on the frontline to execute arrest warrants in the North of city before making arrests as part of a drug warrant in the East.
We spent a day in Edinburgh following officers and learning about the policing of the Edinburgh Festival.
We caught up with officers within the Licensing and Violence Reduction Division who told us the challenges of their jobs and the skills you need to work in the police.
We recently spent a day in the life of the Police Dog Unit in Glasgow's Pollok Park with Constables Kimberley Hill and Phil Farndell to learn a bit more about the role of dog handlers within Police Scotland.
In this week's episode of our Day in the Life series, we met with PC Ewan Alexander, a Diver within the Dive and Marine Unit West, based in Greenock.
We met up with PC Rosalind Semple at Blairfield Farm in East Ayrshire as she took us through what it is like to police within the Mounted Unit and work with horses.
We caught up with Constable David McCaig who works as an Air Observer with Police Scotland's Air Support Unit to gain an insight into what it takes to look after Scotland from the skies.
Police Scotland visited Paisley to offer safety advice to students at the University of West of Scotland Freshers Fair.
The Scottish Women’s Development Forum Awards (SWDF) took place at Police Scotland College, Tulliallan, on Tuesday 15 September 2015.