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Reports about the appearance of underwear prisoners may be misunderstood.

Last week, the Women’s Prison Inspectorate (HMIPS) criticized the so-called “unacceptable practices” because prisoners were detained in police custody without wearing clothes.

Last week, the Women’s Prison Inspectorate (HMIPS) criticized the so-called “unacceptable practices” because prisoners were detained in police custody without wearing clothes.

According to reports, a prisoner described as wearing pajamas actually insisted on wearing an “onsie” jumpsuit.

The newly appointed deputy police chief, Fiona Taylor, said: “When our officials treat any public with less respect than they deserve, I will not try to make excuses.

“However, in these special cases, we have the ability to check the true accuracy of the report before the report is released.

“So when I talk to the guardian, some of the material published is not their interpretation of the local facts.”

Sources indicate that HMIP officials may see a prisoner without shoes during transportation, but this does not mean that they are entering the court in such a state.

David Hamilton, vice chairman of the Scottish Police Federation, said: “HMIPS has issued a free pass comment. The Scottish police should have the opportunity to conduct fact checks.”

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