The family of a Kirkcaldy man, who died in police custody, will today make a formal complaint to the Chief Constable of Police Scotland.
A Fife police officer injured while confronting Sheku Bayoh in Kirkcaldy feared she was going to die, according to her father.
A Fife policewoman who admitted using a known criminal to further her own career has been cleared of charges under the Data Protection Act.
A Fife policewoman involved in the arrest of Sheku Bayoh destroyed a phone she used to communicate with her "criminal" lover while illegally accessing crime files, a court heard.
A Fife policewoman involved in the arrest of Sheku Bayoh accessed crime files for a case she was not investigating a court has heard.
A policewoman said to have been "badly hurt" in the incident that led to the death of Sheku Bayoh went on trial today accused of accessing "personal" police data.
A police officer injured in the incident which claimed the life of Kirkcaldy father Sheku Bayoh will stand trial later this year.
The data protection case against a police officer injured in the incident which claimed the life of Kirkcaldy father Sheku Bayoh has again been continued.
A female police officer hurt in the incident which claimed the life of Sheku Bayoh may never be fit to stand trial, a court heard.