Scotland’s police watchdog will not discuss the fatal M9 crash that was ignored for three days when it meets in Stirling on Thursday.
The Scottish Police Authority has been criticised for not meeting since the deaths of John Yuill and Lamara Bell in the July accident.
Although Police Scotland were notified about the accident on the day it happened, they did not investigate it until they received a second call three days later.
Chairman Vic Emery said: “We all acknowledge that it has been a difficult summer for policing with a number of issues and incidents drawing considerable scrutiny, comment and opinion.
“This week’s public meeting of the SPA provides a timely opportunity to assess how Scotland’s policing arrangements are progressing.”