Publication - Consultation analysis

Establishing a statutory appropriate adult service in Scotland: consultation analysis

Published: 12 Nov 2018
Directorate:
Justice Directorate
Part of:
Equality and rights, Law and order
ISBN:
9781787813182

Analysis of responses to our public consultation on establishing a statutory appropriate adult service in Scotland.

45 page PDF

571.4 kB

45 page PDF

571.4 kB

Contents
Establishing a statutory appropriate adult service in Scotland: consultation analysis
Annex A: List of organisations that responded

45 page PDF

571.4 kB

Annex A: List of organisations that responded

Organisations currently involved in the delivery of Appropriate Adult services

AA Steering Group, Forth Valley
Aberdeen City Council
Angus Health and Social Care Partnership
Appropriate Adults Tayside
Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership
City of Edinburgh Council – Appropriate Adult Service
Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership
Clarity in Communication (Appropriate Adult Service in Ayrshire)
Fife Health and Social Care Partnership
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership
Highland Appropriate Adult Service
Moray Council
North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership
North Lanarkshire Council
Orkney Islands Council
Renfrewshire Adult Protection Committee
Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership
Shetland Islands Council
South Lanarkshire Council Social Work Resources
West Lothian Council

Note: Three responses were submitted from Aberdeen City Council

Justice Sector Organisations

British Transport Police
Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS)
The Faculty of Advocates
The Law Society of Scotland
The Police Service of Scotland
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS)

Note: As well as the Police Scotland Corporate Response, an additional three respondents stated they were submitting an organisational response on behalf of Police Scotland.

Professional Organisations

Care Inspectorate
Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA)
Equality and Human Rights Commission
Forensic Network
Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
Social Work Scotland
The Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice

Third Sector

Central Advocacy Partners
Dalkeith People First Group
Deafscotland (previously Scottish Council on Deafness)
Edinburgh Advocating Together
ENABLE Scotland
Epilepsy Scotland
Fife People First Group
Headway
Musselburgh People First Group
National Autistic Society
Scottish Commission for Learning Disability
Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance
SOLD Network (Support Offenders with Learning Disabilities)
Support in Mind Scotland
Values into Action Scotland
Victim Support Scotland

Consultation Events

Workshop held in association with SOLD Network
Workshop held in association with Support in Mind Scotland


Contact

Email: Lucy Lawson