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IN THE MEDIA: Glasgow Law Practice Driving the News Agenda on Drink Driving in Scotland

The Glasgow Law Practice have featured in The Scotsman and BBC Radio Scotland a year on from the changes to the drink driving legislation in Scotland.

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In The Press: GLP Property Manager Makes Waves in the Rutherglen Reformer

A Glasgow Law Practice property manager has featured in an exclusive interview with the Rutherglen Reformer offering advice to those looking to buy a property in the area.

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Glasgow Rape Crisis “Notable Increase In People Affected by Rape.”

A leading sexual abuse charity has stated that there has been a notable increase in the number of people turning to them following a sexual assault.

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Religious Hate Crime at 11-Year Low

Religious hate crime in Scotland is at an 11-year low according to recent statistics from the Government.

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Glasgow Responsible for One Third of Scotland’s Hate Crimes

Victims of hate crime are being urged to report attacks or incidents of hate crime at Glasgow’s Central Station after it became the third reporting centre in the city for hate crimes.

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Crime in Glasgow Falling While Edinburgh Crime Rate Increases

There have long been stereotypes between Glasgow and Edinburgh with the former known across the UK for crime and violence while Edinburgh was associated with safety and affluence.

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Scottish Domestic Violence Scheme Proving Popular

With the levels of domestic abuse reported in Scotland having increased by 2.5% in the past 12 months, the Disclosure Scheme for Domestic Abuse Scotland (DSDAS), which began on 1 October 2015, can only be welcomed.

DSDAS enables partners who suspect their partner may have an abusive past, to obtain information of said individual’s criminal past.

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Glasgow Knife Crime Continues to Fall

The number of crimes committed in Glasgow, which involve the use of an offensive weapon has fallen by 14% in the last 12 months and by a staggering 76% since 2006/07.

The number of violent crimes, as well as the number of homicides in Glasgow, have also fallen in the last year, by 12% and 3% respectfully.

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Falkirk’s Road Criminals and Metal Thieves Targeted by Police Scotland

British Transport Police’s UK-wide operation ‘Scandium’ recently came to Scotland with in excess of one hundred drivers in Falkirk being stopped for checks.

The operation is designed to tackle criminal use of the road but particularly to ensure scrap metal dealers and traders know of their responsibilities under the Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2015.

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Scheme to Tackle Scotland's Domestic Abuse Problem Comes into Force

Following successful pilots in Ayrshire and Aberdeen, a new Police Scotland scheme designed to tackle the problem of domestic abuse/violence across the country, came into force on 1 October 2015.

Under the Disclosure Scheme for Domestic Abuse (Scotland), as known as DSDAS, if a person is concerned that that their partner may have been abusive or violent in the past, they are now able to can contact Police Scotland for information regarding their partner's background.

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