Criminal Justice Forum (Scotland)
With the prospect of a radical review and reorganisation of criminal Justice work in Scotland it is vital that social workers in this field have a voice to influence and protect professional standards an practice in this field.
SASW is establishing a network of Criminal Justice Social Workers, and a Criminal Justice Forum. A National event is planned in the spring of 2013.
To become part of this network, be consulted, express you opinion or be kept informed of events and developments please Email Us
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SASW is seeking members’ views on proposed changes to fees paid by registrants of the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC).
3rd October 2016
The outstanding achievement of social workers in Scotland was recognised when Children and Young People Minister Aileen Campbell presented the SASW Social Work Awards on Tuesday.
16th March 2016
Social Worker Ruth Stark, former SASW manager, BASW member and member of the IFSW Human Rights Commission, gives her response to Martin Narey's review of social work education.
18th March 2014
SASW satisfaction as Scottish Government backs retention of local authority role in criminal justice social work
SASW has welcomed the Scottish Government’s response to the consultation on overhauling criminal justice social work after ministers backed the retention of a 32 local authority model for delivering services.
18th December 2013
Plans to radically overhaul community justice in Scotland must put local authorities and social workers at the heart of any reform, the Scottish Association of Social Work warned. Responding to the Scottish Parliament’s consultation on proposals to redesign community justice, SASW said local authorities were best placed to provide the leadership, accountability, co-ordination and innovation needed to reduce reoffending in the country.
7th June 2013
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