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The following documents can be downloaded (all files are in pdf format).
29 July 2004: e-mail and draft letter from Rachel Gwyon to Alan Miller: data queries3 August 2004: e-mail from Alan Miller to Rachel Gwyon4 August 2004: e-mail from Alan Miller covering letters dated 13 th July to Colin MacLean and 4 th August to Rachel Gwyon, both about SCRA data and information management10 September 2004: letter from Rachel Gwyon to Alan Miller: publication of information on offence referrals in 2003-0422 September 2004: letter from Colin MacLean to Douglas Bulloch: SCRA data on offending and re-offending24 September 2004: copy of SCRA memo to youth justice co-ordinators sent to the Executive and PA consulting for information.30 September 2004: e-mail from Eddie McConnell at SCRA to Rachel Gwyon: youth justice data1 October 2004: e-mail from Paul Bradshaw at SCRA sending SE a copy of data on fast track which SCRA had sent to the evaluation team at Glasgow University.6 October 2004: e-mail from Paul Bradshaw at SCRA alerting the SE to "glitch" with SCRA data on post 16 offending (sent on 1 October)8-12 October 2004: e-mail string between Eddie McConnell at SCRA and Rachel Gwyon: youth justice data (sign-off)14-18 October 2004: further e-mail string initiated by Eddie McConnell with Rachel Gwyon: input for youth justice announcement18 October 2004: letter from Alan Miller to Colin MacLean: SCRA youth justice data: persistent offenders27 October 2004: reply from Colin MacLean to Alan Miller.10 December 2004: cover e-mail from Margaret Cox of early daft confidential report on fast track, plus information about SCRA's plans for publication (within 12 weeks)
Some information relates to the fast track Hearings pilot, which was designed to address offending by persistent young offenders and to do so more quickly. Although not requested, it is not easy to see what data the Executive had requested without the letter of 13 May 2003 which is included for completeness. You will also find enclosed the Fast Track Hearings guidance booklet relevant as it sets out the requirements of each body and the funding made available to them.
The following documents can be downloaded (all files are in pdf format). Some of the documents from section A are also relevant.
13 May 2003: Letter to Alan Millar from Rachel Gwyon: Fast Track Pilot: Management Information25 July 2003: Letter to Eddie McConnell from Rachel Gwyon: SCRA: Production and Presentation of management information and Statistics9 December 2003: e-mail from Colin MacLean (SE) to Alan Miller and Douglas Bulloch (SCRA): annual report, time intervals and fast track10-11 December 2003: e-mail string between Eddie McConnell and Rachel Gwyon: statistical information12 December 2003: e-mail data from Eddie McConnell from SCRA: "fast track shows clear signs of success"17 December 2003: email from Eddie McConnell of SCRA enclosing fast track Hearings spread-sheet17 December 2003: "updated" e-mail from Eddie McConnell on the above subject18 December 2003: record by Rachel Gwyon of telephone news from Eddie McConnell at SCRA that SCRA data was inaccurate and should not be used.19 December 2003: exchange of SCRA and SE e-mails: SCRA measures to tackle data difficulties24 December 2003: email from Eddie McConnell: update on data issues5 January 2004: report from Alan Miller/Eddie McConnell to their Board on management information problems. Copy sent to SE for information.6-7 January 2004: e-mail string involving Tom McNamara and Rachel Gwyon (SE ) and Eddie McConnell (SCRA): children's hearing time intervals monthly reporting, quarterly monitoring6 February 2004: email from Paul Bradshaw (SCRA) to Kit Wyeth (SE): fast track numbersMarch 2004 (undated): draft report received from SCRA covering first 9 months of fast track Hearings pilot21 April 2004: Rachel Gwyon letter to Alan Miller: SCRA Board papers:13 May 2004: draft internal SCRA document including numbers relating to the persistent offender targetundated e-mail from Tom McNamara to Eddie McConnell17 May 2004: e-mail exchange recording minute of discussion with Eddie McConnell, Rachel Gwyon, Gordon Watt (SE) and Robert McGregor (SCRA)24 May 2004: e-mail from Eddie McConnell to Kit Wyeth covering persistent offender count in fast track pilot15 June 2004: letter from Colin MacLean to Alan Miller: fast track pilot: next steps17 June 2004: letter of reply from Alan Miller to Colin MacLean: fast track pilot: next steps18 June 2004: date on draft internal SCRA report sent to SE for information: fast track Hearings pilot update30 June 2004: e-mail circular to all fast track hearings interests from SE about fast track data9 July 2004: e-mail from Eddie McConnell to Rachel Gwyon explaining "data inconsistencies"17 December 2004: e-mail from Gillian Henderson (SCRA) to Kit Wyeth (SE): fast track - entry and exit
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