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.
This report analyses public responses to the media campaign conducted regarding domestic violence.
This report considers the level and risk which it presents to members of the public in relation to acceptable levels and to review the options for reducing the contamination.
Sets out the key information from a nationally representative sample survey of public knowledge and perceptions of local government, undertaken in the Autumn of 1994.
This is a summary of a report to examine Cash Incentive Schemes (CIS). These enable an authority to give grants to qualifying tenants to help them purchase their own home.
This paper presents the main findings from the Research Review 'Children, Young People and Offending in Scotland'.
Follow on study from earlier research findings, with focus on implementation of new rules.
This report analyses the effectiveness of a pilot use of CCTV in Airdrie town centre.
This work was commissioned to inform the current debate on the planning implications of energy conservation.
This study addresses 2 issues: are national prevalence rates useful in community care planning? and are reliable prevalence rates available for all community care groups?
The aim of the fifth Speedwatch campaign was to raise awareness amongst drivers of the dangers of speeding. This is a summary of the report to evaluate that campaign.
The evaluation had two main elements: a quantitative survey of cinema-goers and a qualitative study of young people's reactions to the advert.
The detailed information gained through this research provides a picture of the changing realities of police work in contemporary urban Scotland.
To identify characteristics and volume of family business in the courts, progress and outcome of cases, and frequency of use in different methods of dispute resolution.
This research was commissioned in response to concern about the arrangements for and standards of the provision of foreign language interpreters in the Scottish courts.