KNAB anti-graft squad needs dozens of employees
Latvia's dedicated anti-graft force, the Corruption Combating and Prevention Agency (KNAB) is currently working despite a serious lack of manpower, the agency's head, Jēkabs Straume, told Latvian Radio February 14.
LTV: Police have detained former anti-graft chief Vilnītis
The economic crime unit of Latvia's State Police have detained Normunds Vilnītis, the former chief of Latvia's anti-graft office, the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau (KNAB), according to unofficial information reported by LTV.
Prosecutor asks Saeima to allow charges against MP in whistleblowing case
The Prosecutor General’s Office has sent documents to the Saeima, asking to allow criminal prosecution against MP Juris Jurašs (New Conservative Party, JKP) for disclosing state secrets, said Prosecutor General Ēriks Kalnmeiers in an interview with commercial LNT television on January 22.
Former diplomat in UAE named suspect in criminal case
The State Security Service (VDD, formerly known as Security Police) has named Rūdolfs Brēmanis, a former charge- d'affaires at the Latvian Embassy of the United Arab Emirates, as a suspect in a criminal case. 
Bordāns wants to lift more legal immunities from Saeima MPs
Potential Justice Minister Jānis Bordāns (New Conservative Party) promises to lift the norm requiring a parliamentary vote to search an MP's place of residence along with other changes in legal immunities hitherto enjoyed by Latvia's parliamentarians, he told the press January 7.
Rise in number of drink drivers caught over Christmas
The annual crackdown on driving home for Christmas with excessive alcohol in the bloodstream has so far resulted in 93 drink-drivers being caught behind the wheel,  according to Normunds Krapsis, chief of the traffic department of the Latvian State Police.
Rimšēvičs case: defendant agrees to testify
One of the accused in a criminal case in which Bank of Latvia Governor Ilmārs Rimšēvičs has been charged with taking bribes, has begun to testify, reported the LETA news service December 14, citing information from the Prosecutor General's office.