1. See Evaluation of Police and Fire Reform: Year 1 Summary Report http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0050/00502138.pdf
2. See Annex 1: Evidence Review http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0050/00502122.pdf
3. See the Year 2 evaluation report http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0052/00523031.pdf
4. See the Year 3 report on partnership, innovation and prevention http://www.gov.scot/publications/evaluation-police-fire-reform-year-3-thematic-case-study-partnership/
5. SFRS Framework for Scotland 2016 http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0050/00505071.pdf
8. See Evaluation of Police and Fire Reform: Year 1 Summary Report http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0050/00502138.pdf
9. Policing 2026 http://www.scotland.police.uk/assets/pdf/138327/386688/policing-2026-strategy.pdf An overview of the strategy can be found in Annex 1
11. SFRS are conducting a public consultation on transformation to help shape the future of the service, due to close on the 14 th May 2018 https://firescotland.citizenspace.com/sfrs-communications/your-service-your-voice/
12. Details of the 3 year implementation plan was presented at the SPA Board Public Session on 19 th December 2017 and can be found at http://www.spa.police.uk/assets/126884/441011/441094/434534/item7.1
13. The Scottish Government has committed to maintaining the police budget in real terms for the duration of the current Parliament and has provided additional funding for reform in each year since the single service was established. Police Scotland has also retained VAT money following the UK Government decision to remove VAT liability (worth approximately £22 million in 18/19).
14. Further details of the financial pressures facing SFRS can be found at Audit Scotland (2017) Scottish Fire and Rescue Service: Planning report to the audit and risk assurance committee on the 2016/17 audit http://www.audit-scotland.gov.uk/uploads/docs/report/2017/aap_1617_scottish_fire_rescue.pdf. This report will be discussed in Year 3 evidence review.
15. This is discussed in further detail in the year 3 evaluation report – Thematic Case Study – Partnership, Innovation and Prevention and can be accessed http://www.gov.scot/publications/evaluation-police-fire-reform-year-3-thematic-case-study-partnership/
16. Herrington (2017) from the Australian Institute of Police Management discusses the importance of leadership in building learning organisations in a presentation at SIPR’s 2017 conference titled ‘The success of failure: can we really build learning organisations in policing?’
17. What aspects of existing Scottish Police Service organisational culture might help or hinder the Reform process was explored in a study undertaken by Tatnell and Elliott (2012) Mapping police organisational culture: evidence from a study of Scottish policing, an overview can be accessed here http://www.sipr.ac.uk/downloads/SIPR_Annual_Report_12.pdf on page 38
18. The impact on the workforce on a local level in four geographical case study areas across Scotland is discussed in the Year 2 evaluation report http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0052/00523031.pdf
19. For more information on the Policing 2026 consultation see https://consult.scotland.police.uk/consultation/2026/
20. Policing 2026 Consultation Analysis Report (2017) https://consult.scotland.police.uk/consultation/2026/results/policing-2026---consultation-analysis-report.pdf
21. I6 is not discussed by interviewees but has been reviewed by Audit Scotland highlighting the financial implications of the failure of the programme. Audit Scotland (2017) i6: A Review http://www.audit-scotland.gov.uk/uploads/docs/report/2017/nr_170309_i6_review.pdf
22. Commission on the future delivery of public services (2011) http://www.gov.scot/resource/doc/352649/0118638.pdf
23. It should be noted that Police Scotland are developing a Local Approaches to Policing Programme through Policing 2026, which will test different approaches to tackling local issues in different areas of Scotland.
24. The work SFRS have been carrying out on out-of-hospital cardiac arrests is referred to as a good practice example of wider activities in a report commissioned by National Joint Council for Local Authority Fire and Rescue Services ( NJC) in 2017 https://www.fbu.org.uk/sites/default/files/attachments/Broadening%20Responsibilities%20of%20FRS%20-%20Main%20Report%20-%20Final%20with%20Summary%20Fo....pdf
25. The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 requires Community Planning Partnerships to prepare and publish local outcome improvement plans ( LOAP) which set out the local outcomes to be prioritised for improvement http://www.safercommunitiesscotland.org/2016/05/03/community-empowerment-scotland-act-2015-in-detail/
27. SFRS Framework for Scotland 2016 http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0050/00505071.pdf
28. THRIVE is now referred to as a new Contact and Assessment model
29. Description of THRIVE can be found in the Justice Committee written submission from January 2017 http://www.parliament.scot/S5_JusticeCommittee/Inquiries/DLP_Police_Scotland.pdf
32. This material on the Dutch police reform has been kindly provided by Professor Jan Terpstra, University of Nijmegen.
33. This material on the Norwegian police reform has been kindly provided by Vivi Lassen, Oddbjorg Bakli and Ingunn Botheim.