Police Scotland pays out nearly £1m to ex-officer over sexism case

Rhona Malone quit Edinburgh firearms unit where misogynistic abuse was rife

Police Scotland has paid out nearly £1m in compensation to a former firearms officer victimised by “horrific” boys’ club sexism in the force’s elite armed response unit.

The force’s chief constable, Iain Livingstone, has also apologised to Rhona Malone, who quit the force’s firearms unit in Edinburgh where misogynistic abuse and bullying were rife.

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