Justice and Safety
21st December 2015 by Ian MacFarlane
The brief provides, in a single place, a concise but comprehensive overview of all the most important Justice and Safer Communities statistics in Scotland. It is published on a monthly basis and readers should feel confident that the data in it are up to date.
17th December 2015 by Neil Rennick
Human trafficking and exploitation are horrific crimes with devastating effects on victims, who can be too scared to come forward. The fact that someone is a victim may not always be obvious and, indeed, victims themselves may not even see that they are being abused.
26th November 2015 by Ian MacFarlane
Scottish Government Justice Analytical Services have recently published the November edition of the Monthly Safer Communities and Justice Brief.
4th November 2015 by admin
We are in an increasingly digital world, where how we live and work is progressively influenced by digital technology. Our Justice systems are changing too and the development of technology is offering exciting opportunities to completely transform how we think; how we engage and how we deliver services to citizens and users.
27th October 2015 by admin
Scottish Government Justice Analytical Services have recently published the October edition of the Monthly Safer Communities and Justice Brief.
29th September 2015 by admin
Two new courts opened a week ago today in Scotland, heralding the biggest modernisation of Scotland’s courts in more than a century.
7th September 2015 by admin
Following an extensive recruitment process, Andrew Flanagan today takes over as the new Chair of the Scottish Police Authority.
4th September 2015 by admin
Between 2013 and 2015 the government provided funding to 16 projects across Scotland to provide community services for women who offend. The funding both established new services and developed existing projects, each tailored to the local area where they were based.
1st September 2015 by David Strang
Over the past few months HM Inspectorate of Prisons for Scotland has been on a journey of change, developing a new structure for prison monitoring in Scotland to replace the previous work done by Prison Visiting Committees.
17th August 2015 by Boyd McAdam
Today, we began our annual campaign to recruit Children’s Panel members. New volunteers from all walks of life are needed every year. This year we are looking for 560 people from all over Scotland to ensure the system can continue to offer the best support for those children and young people who need it most.