The outgoing police commander for the Highlands and islands has admitted he "could have done a better job" amid the row over the use of armed officers in the region.
Chief Superintendent Julian Innes
The north's new police chief has spoken of his pride and vision for the future after taking on the "best job in the world".
The north's police chief has moved to reassure parents and pupils after two teenagers were charged with carrying knives at a Highland secondary school.
A new £23million justice centre in Inverness could be physically joined onto a city police station to save money transporting defendants, help protect witnesses and cut the number of wasted officer hours.
The north's top police officer has admitted he has "empathy" with a Polish man facing deportation after being detained just days after watching his friend be swept away in the River Ness.
The most senior police chief in the Highlands has spoken of his hopes that one of the most notorious crimes in Scotland can still be solved.
The north's top police officer has raised concerns after the number of serious violent incidents in the Highlands soared by 30%.
Police have found a jacket belonging to a businessman who is missing in the Highlands - and are investigating a possible sighting of him on the Great Glen Way.
Scotland’s new chief constable "absolutely accepts" that the Highlands and islands are different from the rest of the country - raising hopes there will be no repeat of the row over patrols of armed officers.
Controversial changes to police control rooms will not lead to the closure of a facility in Inverness, the north's top police officer has insisted.
The most senior police officer in the Highlands has opened his heart to describe his personal anguish over the force's failure to solve one of the country's most shocking and mysterious crimes.
Police chiefs were left "frustrated" by criticism from politicians over the delay in catching a murderer who went on the run for six weeks after a trip to Inverness.
The Jimmy Savile-effect may be responsible for soaring numbers of sex crime reports in the Highlands and islands.
The north’s most senior police officer has revealed he was branded a "racist" for warning that Romanian crime gangs were targeting the Highlands.
The north's most senior police officer has warned the Highlands are not immune to terror attacks.
The north's most senior police officer has said that a major increase in drivers caught speeding is down to improved tactics from officers.
Concern has been raised about a general rise in violent crime in the Highlands.
The number of drivers caught speeding in the Highlands has soared by more than 40%.
Police have smashed a gang of eastern Europeans who were suspected of targeting properties in Highland towns.
The north's senior police officer believes a dramatic increase in shoplifting has been fuelled by people resorting to crime to feed themselves.
A senior police officer has said he is "surprised" that a serious assault in an Inverness bar remains unsolved.
The north's senior policeman has said he is hopeful of tracking down thieves who ransacked two shops in a tiny island community.
New figures have revealed a shock rise in drivers being caught on Highland roads using mobile phones and not wearing seatbelts.
A Highland MSP has issued a "Keep calm" warning to party-goers ahead of today's festivities, dubbed "Mad Friday" by many.
Police horses will not be returning to Inverness this year to help control the Christmas party crowd, the north's top officer has confirmed.
Police in Inverness have pledged to present a "visible but discrete" presence on the streets during the festive season.
Today he is the top police officer in the north, but 10 years ago Chief Superintendent Julian Innes was a detective inspector in Inverness, about to take a phone call from his boss which would unleash one of the biggest mysteries of his career.
New scientific breakthroughs could hold the key to tracing the gunman who shot Alistair Wilson on his doorstep in cold blood.
When the news broke that Scotland's eight police forces were to merge into one, it sparked fears that the Highlands and Islands might lose the distinction of being the safest place in Scotland.
A fresh appeal has been launched to find a man who tried to rob a shop in Inverness more than three months ago.
More than 120 pub-goers were scanned by police officers with metal detectors outside a busy Inverness city centre pub.
The north is bucking the trend of officers and civilian staff leaving the police since the new single force was created last year.