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Justice Written Answer, 05/11/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Richard Baker's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive, in relation to figures for charges proved for handling an offensive weapon in Tables 6(a) and 6(b) of Criminal Proceedings In Scottish Courts, 2007/08, how many relate to (a) males and (b) females aged under 16.

Young Offenders Written Answer, 22/07/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Robert Brown's (LD) question asking the Scottish Executive how many cases in which the accused was aged (a) 16 or 17 and (b) under 16 were pending in the criminal courts as of 12 June 2009.

Young Offenders Written Answer, 15/07/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Bill Butler's (lab) question asking the Scottish Executive what organisation delivers the rehabilitation programme for offenders convicted under section 74 of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2003 at HM Young Offenders Institution Polmont.

Crime Written Answer, 13/07/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Robert Brown's (LD) question asking the Scottish Executive in how many cases reported to the police in which the accused was aged (a) 16 or 17 and (b) under 16 the decision had not yet been made about whether to prosecute in the criminal courts as of 12 June 2009.

Justice Committee takes evidence on Criminal Justice and Licensing Bill, 23/06/09 [S]
During its meeting of 23 June 2009 the Scottish Parliament Justice Committee took evidence on the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Bill at Stage 1.

Young Offenders Written Answer, 18/06/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Bill Butler's (lab) question asking the Scottish Executive how many individuals convicted under section 74 of the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act 2003 have participated in its pilot rehabilitation project at HM Young Offenders Institution Polmont.

Secure Care Written Answer, 12/06/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Karen Whitefield's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive whether it plans to produce national guidance to ensure consistency in approach, values and practices of secure units for young people; what measures it is taking to ensure that young people entering secure units have a clear understanding of the secure care system; and whether it plans to develop an information pack for distribution to young people entering secure units.

Secure Care Written Answer, 12/06/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Karen Whitefield's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive what measures it is taking to ensure that young people in secure care have access to independent information and advice; whether it plans to ensure that young people in secure units have the opportunity to speak to an independent advocate; and what measures it is taking to ensure a consistent approach across secure units to consulting the young people in their care and involving them in the development of their care plan.

Secure Care Written Answer, 12/06/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Karen Whitefield's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive what measures it is taking to ensure a consistent approach across secure units to consulting the young people in their care and involving them in the development of their care plans; whether it intends to produce national guidance to aid consistency in the use of single separation in secure units for young people; whether it plans to ensure that secure units for young people have a clearly designated quiet room for time-out purposes and that all staff are trained in the different uses of quiet rooms compared with other interventions; whether it plans to produce national guidance to aid consistency in relation to the use of physical intervention and restraint in secure units for young people, including guidance for the relevant young people on the circumstances in which physical intervention and restraint may be necessary; and whether it plans to produce national guidance on the use of and justification for searches in secure units for young people.

Young Offenders Written Answer, 27/05/09 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Robert Brown's (LD) question asking the cottish Executive how many children aged (a) 12 to 15 and (b) under 12 have been proceeded against in the criminal courts in each year since 1999; and how many children aged (a) 12 to 15 and (b) under 12 have been convicted of an offence in each year since 1999, broken down by (i) age and (ii) offence.