More than 63,000 recorded crime warnings have been handed out in the SNP’s soft-touch justice Scotland in just three years, as yobs are let off with a “slap on the wrist” for committing crimes. The warnings allow criminals to dodge charges in court and remain free to potentially cause more mayhem.

We previously told how accusations were levied at the Scottish Government that it was undertaking its own “secret” way of policing by refusing to confirm what crimes were being identified as not being suitable for prosecution, with as many as 50 sex crimes being addressed with just a warning letter, along with drug and drink driving.

Since 2016, recorded police warnings have been utilised by the force to deal with low-level crimes like breach of the peace and urinating in public. They usually consist of letters which offer written advice instead of making a report to the Procurator Fiscal, with more than 100,000 being issued within five years.

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