It makes complete sense to me that the Crown would host this conference.
Because when it comes to sexual offences and treatment of women, this is one area where the Crown are extremely experienced.
The woman ended up suing the the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service and was awarded £3,000.
Then there is Procurator Fiscal Depute Stuart MacFarlane who was allegedly caught with a prostitute in 2006 - I say allegedly because his buddies in the Crown office dropped the charges against him.
This Gary Glitter of the Procurator Fiscal world was ordered to carry out 300 hours of community punishment.
And those are just the ones in the Crown office that we actually know about. How many more are there in their ranks I wonder?
Ah yes dear reader. When it comes to hosting a sexual offences conference the Crown office are very much the ones who have all the experience...