Thinking about … Climate Change and Community Safety

Exploration of the impacts of climate change in Scotland and how it will affect key areas of Community Safety, now and in the future With climate change ever on our minds and in the present with the upcoming COP26 summit in Glasgow and the recent publication of the IPCC report, the Scottish Community Safety Network...

Place-based System Leadership: Police & Local Government Work in Scotland

Explore how Collective Leadership practice has been developed with locality-based groups from Police Scotland, Local Government and others This year Collective Leadership for Scotland has been working with colleagues in Police Scotland and The Improvement Service to offer a suite of bespoke Collective Leadership Pilots in three localities, drawing in partners from the locality. The...

Annual General Meeting

Formal AGM followed by a discussion on Economic Exploitation of Under 18s and re-showing the Animation created earlier this year. Alongside formal business, at this year’s AGM we will be discussing the Economic Exploitation of Under 18s and showing the Animation which shows the Experiences & Perceptions of Community Safety. The agenda and associated papers...

Alcohol consumption and harms during COVID-19 in four continents

ICARA-led ‘COVID-19 & Substance Use’ webinar. Myths, Lockdowns, Curfews & Bans: Alcohol consumption & harms during COVID-19 in 4 continents. *** Please ensure that you register with your email address spelled correctly *** We warmly invite you to join us online on Tuesday 17 August, 11.00-12.30 BST for the webinar Myths, Lockdowns, Curfews & Bans:...

Causation Factors of Unintentional Injury in the Home

Dr Callaghan will discuss the methods used to undertake the review Every week there are 6000 deaths in the UK as a result of accidents in or around the home as well as 2.7 million people a year requiring a hospital visit. Scottish Community Safety Network (SCSN) commissioned Dr Margaret Callaghan to carry out a...

Vaccine Inclusion: reducing inequalities one vaccine at a time

We invite you to join Voluntary Health Scotland at this event exploring the impact of the Covid-19 vaccine programme on health inequalities. In April 2021, VHS launched its briefing report ‘Vaccine Inclusion – Reducing inequalities one Vaccine at a time’. The report seeks to explore the key barriers and enablers to accessing the COVID-19 vaccine...

Animation Launch of Experiences and Perceptions of Community Safety

SCSN are proud to launch our new animation that captures key findings of the Experiences and Perceptions of Community Safety Research. Following the Experiences and Perceptions of Community Safety research and webinar in 2020, SCSN are proud to launch our new animation that captures key findings and information on how different people and groups experience...

SCCJR ‘Just About… Gypsy, Roma and Traveller People and Criminal Justice’

This event will explore an important and too-often neglected part of the wider problem of racialised injustice. This event is the first in the SCCJR’s ‘Just About…’ series, a new initiative which combines podcast and webinar formats to explore topical justice issues and to promote dialogue amongst academics, activists, practitioners and policymakers. Each event begins...

Alcohol Occasionals – Greenspace programmes for problem substance use

Wendy Masterton discusses her research on greenspace programmes for problem substance use *** Please ensure that you register with your email address spelled correctly *** Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) and Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN) warmly invite you to join us online on Tuesday 15 June from 12:30-14:00 BST for our sixth...

Community Safety Research: Learning Event

A review of the research performed on behalf of the Scottish Community Safety Network by MainStreet Consulting into Community Safety This event will provide the opportunity to learn about the recent MainStreet research project commissioned by SCSN and to share thoughts on its findings and on future developments. The project has focused on: Partnership working...