Publication - Research and analysis

An Evaluation of Football Banning Orders in Scotland

Published: 29 Jul 2011
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781780453002

This report presents the findings of an evaluation into the use of football banning order (FBO) legislation in Scotland.

72 page PDF

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72 page PDF

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Contents
An Evaluation of Football Banning Orders in Scotland
APPENDIX 1: LIST OF INTERVIEWEES AND EVENT ATTENDANCE IN SCOTLAND

72 page PDF

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APPENDIX 1: LIST OF INTERVIEWEES AND EVENT ATTENDANCE IN SCOTLAND

The qualitative research for the Scottish dimension of this project consisted of:

  • In-depth interviews with eight police officers supervising, or acting, in the role of Football Intelligence Officer covering the three case-study areas
  • Two interviews with the Scottish FBO authority manager
  • Ten interviews with Sheriffs
  • Four interviews with Procurator Fiscal deputes and One with a Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal depute service policy lead
  • Two interviews with the security leads from the Scottish Football Association and the Scottish Premier league respectively.
  • Attendance at a COPFS-run training event aimed at raising awareness of FBOs amongst fiscals
  • Interviews with match commanders and public order police officers (numbering Six officers in total)
  • Interviews with Four club security managers
  • Attendance at the FBO and sectarian training elements of the Match Commanders Course at the Scottish Police College.