The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) is supporting Down’s Syndrome Scotland’s Take a Step Forward Campaign as part of activities being organised for Down’s Syndrome Awareness Week (15-22 March 2020).
For the 7th year running, secondary schools across Scotland are invited to participate in the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service school public speaking competition. Schools are encouraged to enter teams from their S2 or S3 year group to take part in the competition.
The Dundee Procurator Fiscal's office will officially relocate to a new office on 11 November 2019.
COPFS figures published today show that prosecutors dealt with over 29,000 domestic abuse charges and over 1,350 stalking charges reported by Police Scotland in the year 2018-19.
We will soon be recruiting for Procurator Fiscal Depute roles in Aberdeen and Inverness. Join us at the open days to find out more about the roles and ask questions about the Service and the work we do.
St Ambrose High School were last month hailed as winners of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service national schools public speaking competition.
Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC has welcomed the formation of a Drug Death Taskforce to help tackle problem drug use as a public health priority.
The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) has published its latest report detailing progress made in mainstreaming equality across its service.
The report details progress against six equality outcomes which were published in April 2017. These outcomes were determined based on the roles and responsibilities of Scotland’s prosecution service and informed through consultation with equality groups.
The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service is committed to the prompt investigation of deaths, but accepts that in some cases the time taken to complete a thorough investigation has been too long.