Summary of Responses
The project is aimed at young people between the aged of 11 and 16 showing signs of developing a pattern of offending behaviour.
The Scottish Executive commissioned research to evaluate 2 Greenway corridors in Edinburgh as an effective means of Traffic Management.
This survey is the second in a planned series of 3 annual surveys. It investigates staff views on a range of issues including working patterns, training and development and communication.
This summary report outlines the findings of the research into Advertising Planning Proposals.
This research was to assess the effectiveness of a Voter Education Campaign run by The Scottish Office from mid-Feb to early May 1999, in the run up to the 1st election for the new Scottish Parliament
This study explores the views of older South Asian people about home support needs and services, in the context of a review of existing provision.
Scottish Executive's Role in national Drugs Strategy
Learning Disability Services Review - PDF version of report
Summary of study to identify the factors that may be responsible for the higher council tax in-year collection rates in England and Wales compared to Scotland.
Research was commissioned to establish the extent of use of the travel pack among the target audience of children aged 8-10.
The results of the research assisted in the development of a strategy for the SRSC to provide a more equitable and consistent promotion and delivery of road safety education within Scottish schools.
This research explored the potential of ICT as a means of teaching road safety.
Development Plan Progress May 2000
This is the Annual Expenditure Report for the Scottish Executive which is now out of print and the only place it is available is on the Internet.
Consultation paper on the arrangements for judicial appointments.
This review is aimed at exploring the relationship between child pedestrian accidents and social exclusion, and to make recommendations for further research in this area.
Tests whether the findings from elsewhere also apply to Scotland. It does this by analysing Scottish Crime Survey data, police records & through interviews with repeat victims & offfenders.