Public Body reporting on the Scottish Biodiversity Duty
The Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act (2004) placed a statutory requirement on all public bodies in Scotland to further the conservation of biodiversity when carrying out their responsibilities. The Wildlife and Natural Environment (Scotland) Act 2011 placed a further requirement on all public bodies in Scotland to provide a publicly available report, every three years, on the actions which they have taken to meet this biodiversity duty. CJS's report will be available here in due course.
Learning, Development & Innovation Strategy 2017-2020
This document describes how Community Justice Scotland will deliver learning and development and encourage innovation to drive forward our actions in pursuit of our aim to make Scotland the safest country in the world. Our activities will be undertaken with the involvement of stakeholders, including people with lived experience, to ensure that we are able to deliver excellence based on local needs and with outcomes focused on people. The Learning, Development and Innovation Strategy will support the organisation’s overall objectives as identified in the Corporate Plan 2017 – 2020.
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Reports & Statistics
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