Freedom of Information: Administrative Staff in COPFS (R008937)
Thank you for your e-mail of 30 October 2014 in which you requested the following information under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA):
“I write regarding the above and to request, under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002, the following information:
1. The total number of administrative staff, including case preparation and corporate services staff, currently working for COPFS;
2. The annual turnover of administrative staff, including case preparation and corporate services staff, for each of the last three financial years for COPFS.”
Freedom of Information: Stalking Cases (R008987 and R009802)
Thank you for your request dated 22 October 2014 under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA) for updated information about the number of reports received by COPFS for offences under section 39 of the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010, along with number of prosecutions commenced, number of convictions and acquittals, prosecutions ongoing and number of cases discontinued.
Freedom of Information: Payments to Ricoh (R008803)
Thank you for your further e-mail of 20 October 2014 under the Freedom of Information (
“"Thank you for your letter of 10 October 2014 in response to my FOI request.
In your letter you refer to a contract awarded on 9 December 2011 following a mini-competition under an existing SG Framework Agreement.
(1) Were the full details of this award published and are they available to the public?
(2) Was the award for the provision of specific goods and services and, if so, has this changed or have additional goods or services outwith the original specification been provided since the contract was awarded without further competition?
Freedom of Information: Outcome of cases marked in 2014/4 for offences committed in Aberdeen/Stonehaven area (R008840)
Thank you for your e-mail of 15 October 2014 to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) National Enquiry Point. Due to the nature of your request it has been treated as a request for information under the Freedom of Information (
“During our last Community Council meeting, there was a question raised regarding the number of cases presented to your office versus the number of cases where the decision was made not to proceed with action…Are you able to advise what these comparative numbers are ?”
Freedom of Information: Failure To Comply With Lights At Airbles Road, Motherwell (R008813)
Thank you for your request dated 13 October 2014 under the Freedom of Information (
“-All information held on vehicles which failed to comply with an indication to stop given by light signals on Airbles Road, Motherwell at the junction crossing Hamilton Road.
-Please include & supply figures of cases taken to court & conditional offers accepted.”
Freemdom of Information: Proceeds of Crime –
Thank you for your e-mail of 9 October 2014 in which you requested the following information under the Freedom of Information (
“What was the total value of money seized through the proceeds of crime act during the past 12 months from
Please break this total down to show the total values seized at each of the courts over the same period.
What were the ten highest values seized, provide details of the cases each related to, at which court the cases called and the dates each seizure was ordered.”
Freedom of Information: Allegations Of Criminality (R008736)
Thank you for your e-mail of 2 October 2014 under the Freedom of Information (
“(1) Please provide details of the number of allegations of criminality against Procurators Fiscal. What the allegations were. What the disposals were and how many are currently being investigated. Of those currently being investigated when were the complaints received, from which division of Police
(2) How many allegations of criminality received from Police
Freedom of Information: Specialist Reporting Agencies (R008646)
Thank you for your request dated 22 September 2014 under the Freedom of Information (
“I am looking for information regarding the current amount of agencies, and what agencies in