Protective orders for people at risk of domestic abuse: consultation

Seeks views on proposals to create new protective orders to keep people at risk of domestic abuse safe by banning perpetrators from their homes.

Part Three: Additional Questions on Issues Concerning Equal Opportunities, Financial Implications and Other Impacts

Equal Opportunities

Question 23: Do you consider that any of the reforms proposed in this paper will have a particular impact - positive or negative - on a particular equality group (e.g. gender, race, disability, sexual orientation)

Question 24: Are there any other issues relating to equality which you wish to raise in relation to the reforms proposed in this paper?

Financial implications

Question 25: Do you have any comments or information on the likely financial implications of the introduction of protective orders for the Scottish Government (Police Scotland, Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service, Scottish Prison Service, COPFS), local government or for other bodies, individuals and businesses?

Other impacts

Question 26: Do you consider that the any of the proposals would have an impact on island communities, human rights, local government or sustainable development?

Question 27: Do you have any other comments about the content of this paper?


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