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Scottish prisoners "unlawfully at large" have remained free for more than four years without the police attempting to recapture them, according to two official reviews into the shocking murder of a father-of-three.

An HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMCIS) report found that, unlike in England, there is no specific offence of being "at large" for offenders who breach the terms of their home detention curfews (HDCs) after being released early.

The report said 38 of the 44 prisoners recorded as "unlawfully at large" by the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) were not recorded as such on police computer systems.

Twenty-four had been free more than four years after breaching their home curfews,...

Scottish prisoners "unlawfully at large" have remained free for more than four years without the police attempting to recapture them, according to two official reviews into the shocking murder of a father-of-three.

An HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMCIS) report found that, unlike in England, there is no specific offence of being "at large" for offenders who breach the terms of their home detention curfews (HDCs) after being released early.

The report said 38 of the 44 prisoners recorded as "unlawfully at large" by the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) were not recorded as such on police computer systems.

Twenty-four had been free more than four years after breaching their home curfews,...

Scottish prisoners "unlawfully at large" have remained free for more than four years without the police attempting to recapture them, according to two official reviews into the shocking murder of a father-of-three.

An HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMCIS) report found that, unlike in England, there is no specific offence of being "at large" for offenders who breach the terms of their home detention curfews (HDCs) after being released early.

The report said 38 of the 44 prisoners recorded as "unlawfully at large" by the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) were not recorded as such on police computer systems.

Twenty-four had been free more than four years after breaching their home curfews,...

Scottish prisoners "unlawfully at large" have remained free for more than four years without the police attempting to recapture them, according to two official reviews into the shocking murder of a father-of-three.

An HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMCIS) report found that, unlike in England, there is no specific offence of being "at large" for offenders who breach the terms of their home detention curfews (HDCs) after being released early.

The report said 38 of the 44 prisoners recorded as "unlawfully at large" by the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) were not recorded as such on police computer systems.

Twenty-four had been free more than four years after breaching their home curfews,...