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Carrying Knives Written Answer, 03/09/08 [S]
Written Answer given in reposnse to Alex Johnstone's (Cons) question asking the Scottish Executive what educational programmes and materials it has made available to schools and youth organisations on the dangers of illegal knife carrying.

Preventing Offending by Young People: A Framework for Action, 19/06/08 [S]
Scottish Government framework for dealing with youth offending in Scotland.

Youth Justice Motion, 18/06/08 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 18 June 2008 by Fergus Ewing (SNP) urging the Scottish Government and its partners to work together to intervene earlier to prevent youth offending and help young people realise their potential and lead successful lives.

Common's Home Affairs Committee hears evidence on Human Trafficking, 08/05/08 [E,NI,S,W]
Commons, Home Affairs Committee. Uncorrected transcript of oral evidence given on 29 April 2008. Denise Marshall, Chief Executive, and Ms Anna Johansson, Manager, POPPY Project, Christine Beddoe, Director, ECPAT UK, Ian Livsey, Chief Executive and David Nix, Head of Policy and Communications, Gangmasters Licensing Authority, Kate Roberts, Co-ordinator, and Jenny Moss, Community Support Worker, Kalayaan, gave evidence.

Innovative Methods for Tackling Crime Motion, 23/04/08 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 23 April 2008 by John Wilson (SNP) noting with concern recent reports of rising levels of gang violence in Scotland; noting that many teens feel unsafe in their neighbourhoods which has resorted in them carrying knives for protection and commending the use of new technological innovations to identify and track down gang members.

Underage Drinking Written Answer, 23/04/08 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Jackson Carlaw's (Con) question asking the Scottish Executive what steps it is taking to detect and prevent people under 18 years of age from drinking alcohol in public places.

Alcohol Test Purchasing Written Answer, 18/04/08 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Bill Aitken's (Con) questions asking the Scottish Executive how many test purchases of alcohol have (a) been made and (b) resulted in failure and (i) on-sales and (ii) off-sales premises as defined by the Licensing (Scotland) Act 1976, broken down by police force area; and how many test purchases of alcohol have (a) been made on a second occasion in premises which had already failed a test purchase of alcohol and (b) resulted in failure.

Parents of Underage Drinkers Written Answer, 14/04/08 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Richard Baker's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive what action it is taking with police forces to deal with the conduct of parents whose children are caught underage drinking.

Confiscating Alcohol Written Answer 10/04/08 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Richard Baker's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive how many incidents involving police there were where alcohol was confiscated from youths in each year from 2002 to 2007, broken down by police force area.

Involving Young People in Justice Policy Oral Question, 27/03/08 [S]
During Question Time on 27 March 2008, Jeremy Purvis (LD) asked the Scottish Executive how it is involving young people in the development of justice policy.