Consultation on Proposals to Reform Fatal Accident Inquiries Legislation - Analysis of Consultation Responses

This report provides an analysis of responses to the Scottish Government’s Consultation on proposals to reform Fatal Accident Inquiries legislation. The consultation ran from 1 July and 9 September 2014 with 58 responses received.


1. The reasons why the Government has decided not to take forward some recommendations are set out in Chapter 1 of the consultation paper.
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3. Along with other published responses this is available on the Scottish Government's website at:
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5. The protected characteristics that must be profiled against the policies are: Age; Sex; Pregnancy and maternity; Disability; Race; Religion or belief; Gender Reassignment and Sexual Orientation.


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