Statistics on the number of full-time equivalent police officers in Scotland
Neonatal Care in Scotland: A Quality Framework defines the approach to the provision of high quality care for neonates and their families to which NHSScotland is committed
This Framework outlines what the Scottish Government will do to drive and support the move to low carbon living in the lead-up to the first key climate change target in 2020.
Between 2010 and 2012, a programme of research into climate change relevant behaviours has been taken forward by the Scottish Government. This report summarises findings from across the research programme to date.
This paper details the responses to two rounds of consultation held on 14 December 2012 until 11 January 2013 and another on 26 January until 8 February 2013.
This is the fifth report from the National Forum on Drug-Related Deaths. The Forum is an independent expert group which examines trends and disseminates good practice on reducing drug-related deaths in Scotland.
Scottish Ministers have agreed to create a new food safety body for Scotland. This consultation on the role of the new body is an opportunity for consumers and industry to tell the Scottish Government what they think about what the new food body should do, and how food safety and standards should be addressed in Scotland in the future.
An independent Scotland offers new opportunities to streamline and reinvigorate the Scottish regulatory landscape. This paper outlines options for a combined economic and competition regulator designed to take account of Scotland's size and circumstances.
The report summarises the responses to the consultation on the proposed shape and content of an Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) in Scotland
The document summarises the key findings from the analysis of responses to the consultation on the proposed shape and content of an Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) in Scotland
This consultation invites views on proposals to restructure the way civil cases and summary criminal cases are dealt with by the courts in Scotland.
The report summarises the responses to the consultation on Scotland's Sustainable Housing Strategy which sought views on measures to promote the energy efficiency of housing
The document summarises the key findings from the analysis of responses to the consultaion on Scotland's Sustainable Housing Strategy. The consultation sought views on measures to promote the energy efficiency of housing.
This independent report provides an assessment of: what world-class looks like elsewhere, the characteristics of those countries and regions that have or are delivering world-class digital infrastructure; and what lessons could be learned and applied to Scotland in order for it to be world-class.
Eurostat are carrying out a review of NUTS boundaries and the Scottish Government carried out a consultation to inform our response to the Eurostat review. This report contains an analysis of the responses to this consultation.
Scottish Local Government Financial Statistics is an annual publication that provides a comprehensive overview of Scottish Local Authority financial activity. The publication covers Local Authority income, revenue and capital expenditure, outstanding debt, local taxation and Local Authority pensions.
The documents being published are responses to a recent consultation on “Recommendations for No-Fault Compensation in Scotland for Injuries Resulting from Clinical Treatment”
Responses to the consultation on NUTS boundaries
The Equality Act 2010 introduced a new public sector equality duty. It sets out a ‘general duty’ which requires public authorities (including police forces) to pay “due regard” to the need to eliminate discrimination, advance equality, and foster good relations across a range of ‘protected characteristics’.
The responses collated from the second round of consultation for the Police Workforce Regulations, 25 January 2013 - 8 February 2013.