Annex C: Responses to calls for evidence
The Review received 103 responses to its call for evidence that ran from 14 October 2019 until 31 January 2020.
Fifty six organisations provided a written response:
1. Allied Health Professions Directors Group
2. Borders Health and Social Care Partnership
3. Care Inspectorate
4. Carers Trust Scotland
5. Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice
6. Circles Advocacy
7. Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Office
8. Deaf Scotland
9. Families Outside
10. Forensic Network
11. Friends and Family Conference 2019 Delegates
12. Healthcare Improvement Scotland
13. HM Inspectorate of Prisons for Scotland
14. Mental Welfare Commission
15. National Police Care Network
16. National Prison Care Network
17. NHS Ayrshire and Arran
18. NHS Dumfries and Galloway
19. NHS Eileanan Siar/ Western Isles
20. NHS Fife
21. NHS Forth Valley
22. NHS Forth Valley Disability Services
23. NHS Grampian
24. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
25. NHS Highland
26. NHS Lanarkshire
27. NHS Lothian
28. NHS Lothian Forensic Community Mental Health Team
29. NHS National Services Scotland
30. NHS Orkney
31. NHS Scotland Acquired Brain Injury Network
32. NHS Shetland
33. NHS Tayside
34. Orchard Clinic Psychology Department
35. Patients Advocacy Service
36. Parole Board for Scotland
37. Partners in Advocacy
38. Rohallion Users Group
39. Police Scotland
40. Royal College of Nursing
41. Royal College of Psychiatrists
42. Royal Edinburgh Hospital Patients Council
43. Scottish Appropriate Adult Network
44. Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH)
45. Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service
46. Scottish Group of Forensic Clinical Psychologists
47. Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance
48. Senators of the College of Justice
49. Sheriffs Principal
50. Social Work Scotland Mental Health Sub-Committee
51. Speech and Language Therapists working in Forensic Mental Health Service
52. Support in Mind Scotland
53. The State Hospitals Board for Scotland
54. The State Hospital Medical Advisory Service
55. Volunteer Edinburgh
56. VOX (Scotland)
The Review received 47 responses from individuals either in writing or over the phone. It received:
- 14 from people with lived experience of receiving forensic mental health services (or people advocating their behalf).
- 15 from family and friends supporting someone who had received, was receiving or who they felt should be receiving forensic mental health services.
- 15 from people working in forensic mental health services.
- Three from people with another interest in forensic mental health services.
The Review received 20 responses to its call for feedback on its interim report that ran from 28 August 2020 until 31 October 2020.
Eight organisations provided a written response:
1. Allied Health Professionals Group
2. Forensic Lead Nurses Forum
3. Heads of Forensic Clinical Psychology
4. NHS Forth Valley and the Forensic Matrix Group
5. NHS Tayside
6. Royal College of Occupational Therapists
7. Royal College of Psychiatrists
8. Scottish Group of Forensic Clinical Psychologists
9. Step Up Ltd.
The Review received 11 written responses from individuals:
- One from a person receiving forensic mental health services.
- Five from family members supporting someone who is receiving forensic mental health services
- Four from people working in forensic mental health services.
- One person with another interest in forensic mental health services.
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