The family of a Kirkcaldy man, who died in police custody, will today make a formal complaint to the Chief Constable of Police Scotland.
Two police officers linked to the death in custody of Kirkcaldy man Sheku Bayoh are being allowed to retire early.
A police officer linked to the death in custody of Kirkcaldy man Sheku Bayoh claimed she believed "a murder was about to take place" as she was called to the incident.
Scotland’s fatal accident investigation system must be overhauled, Fife councillors have demanded.
The First Minister has said holding a full public inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh is "one of the options" her government is considering.
A Cupar man is facing jail after he breached an internet ban by sharing a video about Sheku Bayoh on Youtube.
Fresh questions have been raised over the way Police Scotland officers treated a Fife father of two who died in their custody.
A Fife police officer at the centre of the Sheku Bayoh death probe has been given round-the-clock protection, it has been claimed.
When someone dies, in any circumstance, their loved ones, family and friends always seek answers. It’s the natural thing to do.
A Fife police officer injured while confronting Sheku Bayoh in Kirkcaldy feared she was going to die, according to her father.