Annual Report of the Appointed Person, as required by the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Section 293 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 requires Scottish Ministers to make a Code of Practice for constables conducting cash searches under Section 289
Non-confidential responses to the Second Consultation on a New Tenancy for the Private Sector, which closed on 10 May 2015.
The Counter Fraud Maturity Model provides guidance on how mature your counter fraud controls are.
Protecting Public Resources in Scotland Counter Fraud Strategy Document
This consultation takes forward our commitment to building cyber resilience amongst our communities, our businesses and our public services. It seeks views from individuals and organisations, across sectors, on how Scotland can become even more resilient from cyber attacks and crime when using online technologies. It has been produced by the Scottish Government, with input from a wide range of partners across the public and private sectors
A Code of Conduct and Guidance on Procedures for Members of the Scottish Government and Junior Scottish Ministers
Responses submitted during the public consultation on proposals for Fees Charged by the Court of Session, Accountant of Court, Sheriff & Justice of the Peace Courts, High Court, Office of the Public Guardian, Sheriff Personal Injury Court and the Sheriff Appeal Court, which ran February to May 2015
This report contains weekly activity and waiting times statistics for the 31 Emergency Departments in Scotland which provide a 24 hour emergency medicine consultant led service.
Quarterly updates to new build, Affordable Housing Supply Programme and sales of local authority housing
This guidance is designed to help vets meet and inform clients of the requirements of the law in relation to BVD.
An independent review of the skills and qualifications essential for the early learning and out of school care workforces, as well as the status of those workforces and the career paths available to them.
This is a report of key findings and recommendations from research exploring how working fathers in Scotland balance work and family life. The focus is on fathers with children under the age of 5 years, who live in a two parent dual-earner household wherein their partner is also in employment. This research investigates what support fathers might benefit from in the workplace in order to reach their full professional potential be able to fully engage in family life to the extent they want.
This guidance is intended to assist local authorities in applying the statutory provisions under which the local authority providing accommodation and/or services can recover the costs from another local authority in Scotland.
Appendices to the Impact of Welfare Reform Tracking Study Sweep 3 Report
The aim of the study is to explore the impact of on-going welfare changes on a range of households in Scotland over time. This report provides the findings from the first three sweeps of interviews, conducted between September 2013 and March 2015. It looks at cumulative impacts over time as well as findings from an in depth module on support accessed by those claiming benefits.