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Alcohol and Drug Partnerships: delivery framework

Published: 19 Jul 2019

Framework for local partnerships between health boards, local authorities, police and voluntary agencies working to reduce the use of and harms from alcohol and drugs. 

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Alcohol and Drug Partnerships: delivery framework
Appendix 1: Statutory requirements in relation to strategic planning and annual reporting

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Appendix 1: Statutory requirements in relation to strategic planning and annual reporting

The table below summaries the statutory requirements in relation to local partnership strategic plans:

Strategic planning document Responsible body Legislative framework
Health and Social Care Strategic Plan Integration Authority Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014
Health and Social Care Annual Performance Report Integration Authority Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014
Children's Services Plan Local Authority and Health Board Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014
Community Justice Outcomes Improvement Plan Community Justice Partners[10] The Community Justice (Scotland) Act 2016
Locality Plan Community Planning Partners[11] Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 [Note: Duties apply to locally identified priorities. Only applies to alcohol or drugs where the CPP agrees that these or related issues are one of the priorities for the locality]
Local Outcome Improvement Plan Community Planning Partners[12] Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 [Note: Duties apply to locally identified priorities. Only applies to alcohol or drugs where the CPP agrees that these or related issues are one of the priorities for its area]
Police Scotland Local Policing Plans Divisional Commanders Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012

Licensing Boards

Licensing Boards are made up of locally elected councillors and are distinct from local authorities, they have responsibilities in relation to the local administration of alcohol (and gambling) and are obliged to publish a licensing policy statement and annual report under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 and Gambling Act 2005, as amended.


Contact

Email: Amanda.Adams@gov.scot