Minutesa of the NCSC meeting Oct 06
Final report of the Skin Action Scotland Project
To present the latest national figures for home care services provided or purchased by local authorities in Scotland.
Analysis of Crown Office data and police reports to monitor the attachment of a religious aggravation to criminal charges as permitted by Section 74 of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2003.
consultation report on SCAP (Scottish Charity Appeals Panel)
Consultation on Snaring
Delivering for Health: delivering for mental health National Standards for Crisis Services, November 2006
Benchmarking approach to improving quality and efficiency in theatres
Provides detailed statistics about road accidents, accident costs, vehicles involved, drivers and riders, drink-drive accidents, drivers breath tested, and casualties.
Western Isles Council Performance Inspection Report
Social Work Inspection Agency: Annual Report and Accounts 2005-06
Western Isles Criminal Justice Report
Analysis of responses received to the consultation on proposals to review the BWMB.
This wide-ranging consultation document considers how we can improve our environment not by introducing new laws but by enforcing existing laws better and consider a large number of options routes to securing better compliance from education and advice for business to prosecution in the courts.
This Advice Note sets out why engagement is so important and looks at the factors which contribute to effective engagement planning and activity.
This documents forms the Guidance relating to the Act and is intended for use by those with a role to play in the protection of children and investigation, enforcement and prosecution of this Act
PROGRESS ON ACTIONS FOR SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE,
SPECIAL HEALTH BOARDS, THE SCOTTISH PRISON SERVICE AND THE NATIONAL
SEXUAL HEALTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE (NSHAC)
Statistics on the number of crimes and offences involving firearms for 2005-06
The top five station and train Service Quality Regime (SQUIRE) priorities that First ScotRail passengers would like to see reported on regularly.
The Report of The Smoking Prevention Working Group