The aim of the research was to identify both need and provision of the information provided to victims.
This report provides an interim evaluation of the Castlemilk Partnership, one of 4 major partnership initiatives established as part of the Government's New Life for Urban Scotland policy.
This evaluation analyses progress and change over the first five and a half years of The Ferguslie Park Partnership, one of four Partnerships set up by The Scottish Office in 1988.
Identifies knowledge of and accessibility to legal services main sources of advice, levels of satisfaction and knowledge of complaints procedure.
The aim of this report was to provide an insight into relationships between social, demographic and housing characteristics and the likelihood of being involved in a road accident.
One of the principal aims of the study was to gain a better appreciation of how criminal episodes affect the health, well-being, and behaviour of victims.
The use of live court television link, to protect children in criminal cases, is examined.
This research sought residents' views on aspects of life in Castlemilk, and perspectives from some of the main organisations and agencies providing services in the area.
The aim of each evaluation was to chart the history and strategic development of individual projects, and assess their impact.
to establish the actual energy consumption of the dwellings before & after upgrading & to determine the ways in which social factors have contributed to differences between estimated & actual savings.
To examine the process, content and consequences of Minutes of Agreement and Joint Minutes of Agreement.
This research provides a detailed and national picture of how nomination arrangements are operating and how effective they are in meeting household need.
Examines non-feudal tenure to ascertain aspects and problems with this, in relation to possible abolition of feudal tenure.
To provide information on the operation of procedure for ordinary defended actions prior to implementation of new procedural rules in January 1994.
This paper summarises results from a research project designed to review a new, and more proactive approach to policing in Central Scotland.
This research to inform a review of guidelines for procurators fiscal in fatal accident enquiries.
The research explores the evidence on the aspirations and insularity of local residents, and on the links between qualifications, training and employability.
Summary of main findings from study of the procedures of Valuation Appeals Committees. The research focused on the experiences of unrepresented appellants.
This work was commissioned to inform understanding of the role of small shops and their contribution to the retail industry in Scotland.
This report reviews the Neighbour Notification Scheme whereby an applicant seeking planning permission must inform people of plans and give an opportunity for representation to be made.