All of our meetings are open to the public and all you have to do to contribute is speak to your local Community Representative about what you want to put forward. If you don’t know who your local Representative is please contact us and we will put you in touch with them. North [...]
The Improvement Service are carrying out a short anonymous survey which will help them understand more about current levels of understanding of psychological trauma across the workforce, and to what extent trauma informed practice is currently embedded and where additional support may be required in future. The survey takes around 5 minutes of your time and [...]
The Scottish Government has published the Digital Scotland Service Standard. This is a set of 14 criteria that all organisations delivering public services should work towards. The standard has 3 themes of meeting users’ needs, providing a service and using the right technology.
Official statistics on crimes and offences recorded by the police in Scotland for January 2021 have been published. The number of crimes recorded by the police in Scotland was 12% lower in January 2021 than in January 2020. Over the same time period: Non-sexual crimes of violence were 9% lower Sexual crimes were 22% lower Crimes [...]
Funding for smaller charities and good causes in Scotland to make a difference to their community for the benefit of people and planet. Local charities and other not-for-profit organisations based and working in Scotland can apply. Applicants should have an income of less than £1 million in the last year. Preference will be given to [...]
The North Ayrshire Sensory Impairment Team has launched a new Facebook group for anyone living with a sensory impairment in North Ayrshire and the surrounding areas, as well as their friends and family. The group will be used to share important updates and information from the team, as well as various charities and organisations working with [...]
What are locality priorities? We have six Locality Partnerships in North Ayrshire. These are Arran, Garnock Valley, Irvine, Kilwinning, North Coast and Cumbraes and Three Towns. Each Locality Partnership has a set of locality priorities. These are the themes that the partnership works on together on a local basis. They also link to our overall strategic [...]
Members of the public are being asked for their views on the use of Body Worn Video (BWV) by armed police officers when interacting with communities in Scotland. If you would like to participate in this consultation please click here.