Strategy to developing NHSScotland Leadership and so deliver quality.
Operational Assessment of Scottish Fire and Rescue Services 2008-09
This report reviews the themes emerging from selected recent literature to inform a more detailed understanding of the creative industries, primarily by considering the experiences of those working the sector. By reflecting on ways of measuring, analysing and researching the creative industries, the paper also discusses possible ways of engaging with this sector and those working in it.
AEA report produced for the Scottish Government
The Working Group on Scotland Without Nuclear Weapons: Report to Scottish Ministers
Summary of findings and recommendations from a research study on the needs of drunk and incapable people in Scotland.
Summary of findings and recommendations from a research study on managing the needs of drunk and incapable people in Scotland.
Reviews the worldwide literature on services that exist to manage the care needs of drunk and incapable people. Undertaken as part of a larger study on services for drunk and incapable people in Scotland.
Annual report of Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary for Scotland 2008-09
Written consultation responses to the draft Crofting Reform Bill 2009 consultation.
This bulletin presents statistics on criminal appeals concluded in the High Court of Justiciary and includes figures up to 2008-09.
comprehensive response to all the recommendations from the UN Committee and to concerns raised by organisations in Scotland during the process of reporting to the UN Committee
This report draws together and summarises the responses received from organisations and individuals to the consultation on the regulation of legal services in Scotland.
This research findings summarises the responses received from organisations and individuals to the consultation on the regulation of legal services in Scotland.
Community Justice News, October 2009 - (ASDW Conference issue)
The Code is intended to encourage all those who care for farm animals to adopt high standards of husbandry. Adherence to the
recommendations will help flock-keepers to reach the required standards.
This leaflet gives further information on the Employability Learning Network facilitated by The Scottish Governments Employability team.
This guide give further information on the Employability Learning Network facilitated by The Scottish Governments Employability team.
Report of a study 'Monitoring and Evaluation of Agri-environment Schemes' carried out from 2004-2008, which investigated the effects in Scotland of the Countryside Premium Scheme, Rural Stewardship Scheme and Organic Aid Scheme on biodiversity, (plants, invertebrates and birds), landscape and cultural heritage (archaeology). The fieldwork was conducted on 331 scheme farms and 240 non-scheme farms, where possible pairing the scheme farms with similar nearby non-scheme farms.
The research reviews the economic assessment tools and procedures used by Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance (STAG) for rural transport schemes.