This report was commissioned to investigate the deterrent effect of enforcement in road safety. More specifically the research examined drivers' awareness of penalties.
This study was commissioned to examine the particular problems associated with delivery of housing of community care in rural areas to identify and describe how these problems can be addressed.
By asking people directly about experiences they can provide information which is not available from other sources and offer an important complement to information from statistics of crimes.
A summary of the guide which provides practical advice on how rural communities can address their transport needs.
Details of future planned research, ongoing research and publications.
An outline of the focus of research in each policy area in 1998-1999 is included along with brief details of new projects.
This report evaluates and assesses the spatial coverage of existing air quality monitoring networks within Scotland.
NPPG 14: Natural Heritage
This study examined whether there are any differences concerning the update of legal representation by accused persons from different racial groups.
As part of the SRSC's ongoing research and evaluation programme Workbook Diaries were evaluated during 1997/98.
An evaluation of three pilot schemes (Ayr, Tayside and Highland) of SAO are presented in this document.
This report was to investigate whether the use of red light cameras in Glasgow District has created wider benefits, including a reduction in the number and type of accidents.
The study involved the collection of data by hospital staff on all pedestrian road accident casualties attending Accident and Emergency departments in 5 large Scottish hospitals in 1996/97.
To examine the nature and extent of Alternative Dispute Resolution and to identify key issues for policy and research relevant to future development in this area.
This study examines the nature and extent of community involvement in Ferguslie Park Partnership and the effectiveness of the system of participation.
This study explores how community involvement was approached, organised and resourced in Whitfield Partnership, the role of community representatives and their impact on the regeneration process.
This study examined the effectiveness of the tourist routes in encouraging a wider spread of tourist traffic and the awareness of tourists of the routes.