In response to the events in Belgium today, Assistant Chief Constable Ruaraidh Nicolson has asked communities to remain vigilant and has provided reassurance about public safety in Scotland.
At around 1415 hours on Monday 21 March, police and emergency services responded to reports of a serious road traffic collision
Around 1245 hours on Monday 21 March 2016, police were called to a report of a female body discovered in Clydebank.
A week-long dedicated speeding campaign resulted in 2,100 people being reported for motoring offences and another 1,046 given face-to-face warnings to improve their driving.
Police in East Lothian are appealing for witnesses following a housebreaking in Musselburgh.
On Saturday 26th of April 2016, police and partners will welcome the local community and motorcycle enthusiasts to attend an open day at North Harbour Motorcycles in Ayr.
Police Scotland is calling on the public to be vigilant and help tackle hare coursing by reporting any incidents they may see happening, as part of a month long campaign.
Police in Dunfermline are investigating the theft of a Leyland Daf horsebox from the Fordell Estate last Sunday, 13th March 2016.
In response to the Scottish Government stop and search consultations, Assistant Chief Constable Mark Williams has given a supporting statement.
Police Scotland has delivered a significant blow to organised crime in the Scottish Borders following an operation to tackle the sale and supply of illegal drugs.