Death of a vulnerable man in Edinburgh, March 2016
HMICS Inspection of the Scottish Police Authority Forensic Services
HMICS Phase 1 Review of Openness and Transparency published today
Policing 2026 Strategy laid in Parliament.
The SPA has today (Monday 19 June) published its Annual Review of Policing for the period 2016/17.
Mr Flanagan will remain in post until a replacement can be found
Andrew Flanagan responds to sub-committee report
Revised governance arrangements improve transparency.
Change of venue for SPA Public Board Meeting - 25 May 2017.
Police Scotland Chief Constable responds to increased UK threat level
SPA Chair Andrew Flanagan's opening statement to Justice Sub-committee on Policing
SPA Board member George Graham addresses PAPLS Committee.
SPA submission to Public Audit and Post-Legislative Scrutiny Committee ahead of evidence session on 11 May 2017.
Blog from John Foley, CEO
SPA commitment to equalities outlined in Equalities Mainstreaming Report
The SPA's Chair has issued a statement regarding transparency and governance of policing.
Aberdeen decision follows significant assurance and marks next milestone in call handling modernisation programme.
The Board of the SPA has approved a budget of £1.059m for policing in 2017/18.
Four new members broaden range of skills on SPA Board.
SPA is looking for an outstanding leader to join Police Scotland's executive team.
SPA Chair Andrew Flanagan sets out his views on police governance.
Independent Review highlights good practice in procurement and planning
Policing 2026, a 10-year vision and strategy for policing in Scotland will be published for public consultation on 27 February 2017.
A 10-year strategy for policing
SPA welcome additional resources for policing.
Exellence awards recognise policing workforce.
Closing date for applications is 24 February 2017
SPA respond to HMICS Update report on call handling.
Applications by Sunday 5 February
First statutory inspection of SPA
UKAS Accreditation for Fingerprint Services
Five existing members re-appointed for two years.
Seeking new members with Finance, Audit and Risk; Human Rights and Civil Liberties; Tech/Cyber Industries
Strengthen community focus and deal with emerging threats
David Page appointed to top Police Scotland civilian post.
Revised timeline approved at SPA Board Meeting
Johnny Gwynne Appointed
Full information released
Robin McGill appointed by Scottish Government
SPA announce contractual end to i6 programme
Short and long-term impact of the tactic on groups and communities
SPA and Police Scotland performance in 2015/16
The SPA has responded to publication of the HMICS Assurance Review into Police Scotland's Counter Corruption Unit.
SPA satisfied Police Scotland decision is proportionate and necessary to ensure the service is prepared.
The SPA is seeking a senior executive to support the Chief Constable to lead a significant change agenda.
The SPA is seeking a Deputy Chief Constable to lead on Crime and Operational support.
SPA's 2016 ICV conference - Edinburgh
Police Scotland senior officer complaint determination
Your View Counts - Public Consultation
Relocation expenses offered as part of package during recruitment campaign.
SPA approve 2016-17 budget for policing.
Campaign launched seeking new SPA members with audit, financial and change management skills.
SPA Chair Andrew Flanagan has published his review of governance in policing.
DCC Neil Richardson to step down when his contract expires later this year.
SPA responds to 2014/15 Scottish Crime and Justice Survey.
SPA Governance Review progressing.
Karen Kelly CPFA takes up role on 9 February
2012 Monaghan Trial
SPA comments on plans to progress contact, command and control progamme.
Top officers and staff celebrated for their contribution to policing.
SPA have published the first quarterly report looking at Police Scotland's use of stop and search in Scotland.
Following the departure of Jeane Freeman and Paul Rooney, new members are appointed to lead HR and Finance committees.
Phil Gormley sworn in as Chief Constable