Policy document which sets out the government's objectives for social policy to improve the lives of Scottish people in collaboration with the public, private and voluntary sectors, local government and the UK Government.
The document sets out achievements and targets in the following: justice, education and lifelong learning, health and community care, environment, transport, drugs and finance.
This review explores the work of the hearings and criminal justice systems and sets out the Scottish Executive's assessment of and its recommendations to improve these youth systems.
The World Café employs a particular method for co-creating understanding. This is the outline and supporting materials for a half-day introduction to child protection.
There are two versions of this case study. One includes the issue of the mother's visual impairment; the other a school nurse.
In both cases the worker is concerned about the mother's bruises and the response of the children to dad.
Act that sets out the notification requirements for sexual offenders in the UK and for those who have committed sexual offences outside the UK. Sex offenders are required to register their address or any change of address with the police.
Brief power-point presentation that gives an overview of important points of historical reference in our understanding of and approach to children and their treatment.
It concludes with reference to two important current legislative and policy contexts – the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and The Children (Scotland) Act 1995.
News release which provides statistical data on children involved in referral; the child protection register; inquiries and case conferences in Scotland for the year ending 31 March 2002. Statistical tables are also included.
The National Safeguarding Delivery Unit became operational on 1 July 2009. This document reports on the progress made by the Unit since its establishment, and sets out the unit’s priorities for the rest of 2009-2010.
Document that accompanies the main guidance framework, providing a glossary and template record documents.
First in a series of lectures designed to honour the memory and achievement of Lord Kilbrandon, who wrote one of the most influential policy statements on how a society should deal with 'children in trouble'.
The lecture concentrates on the system of juvenile justice.