Social care in Scotland
Social care in Scotland encompasses social work; care home services in the community for adults, children and young people; and services for young children, including nurseries and after-school care clubs.
There is no probation service in Scotland. The equivalent function is carried out by criminal justice social workers, who are part of local authorities’ social work departments. Criminal justice social workers follow the same entry procedure as other social workers.
- Care Inspectorate
- Children's hearing system
- Cornerstone Community Care
- Criminal Justice Social Work Services
- Education in Scotland
- Health and Social Care Directorates
- Healthcare in Scotland
- Local government in Scotland
- NHS Scotland
- Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People
- Scots law
- Scottish Children's Reporter Administration
- Scottish Social Services Council
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- Davis, Roger (2011). Social work and the law in Scotland (2nd ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230276314.
- Guthrie, Tom (2009). Social work law in Scotland (3rd ed.). Haywards Heath: Tottel. ISBN 9781847661654.
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- Mooney, Gerry; Scott, Gill (2012). Social justice and social policy in Scotland. Bristol: Policy. p. 281. ISBN 9781847427021.
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