Report - Police Scotland

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Police Scotland, Report
3 July 2017
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Summary and Key Findings

484.16 The complaints in this case arose from the applicant's interview under caution for drugs offences.

Three complaints were considered:

1. that the applicant was not provided with sufficient time to arrange legal representation;

2. that the applicant was not cautioned in respect of a number of criminal allegations which he was subsequently questioned on; and

3. that the applicant was told he would be detained if he did not attend voluntarily for an interview, however does not believe there were sufficient grounds to detain him.

The review found that two complaints were dealt with to a reasonable standard while the remaining complaint was not. A reconsideration direction was issued in this connection.

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