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Stoke-on-Trent: Council Debt Collection »
The review looked at ways to maximise council debt collection.
Scrutiny Panel on the Traveller Strategy for Brighton & Hove »
Final report of the panel
Scrutiny Inquiry Report: create local employment and skills opportunities »
Maximising Powers to Promote Influence and Create Local Employment and Skills Opportunities
Pendle Borough Council: Annual Report 2012 »
Annual report on the work of the Scrutiny Team during 2011/12
Arts Provision in Ealing Borough »
To consider the provision of Arts in Ealing and develop a strategic view of the future delivery.
Child Sexual Exploitation and Internal Trafficking »
A review of child sexual exploitation and internal trafficking in Staffordshire - May 2012
EIT Review of Commissioned Carers and Independent Living Services »
Efficiency, Improvement, and Transformation Review
EIT Review of School Effectiveness »
Efficiency, Improvement and Transformation Review
Further Education in the Salisbury Area Final Report »
Final Report of the Further Education in the Salisbury Area Scrutiny Task Group
Torbay Council: Annual Report 2011/12 »
Torbay Council Annual report 2011/12
Customer Services Review »
1. Purpose/Objectives of the Review • To evaluate all customer services with a review of the customer contact centre, customer satisfaction and the refurbished and extended one stop shop.
Leeds City Council: Scrutiny Inquiry Report »
Improving School Attendance
Overview and Scrutiny Annual Report 2011/12 – Bracknell Forest Council »
This Annual Report summarises the work of Bracknell Forest’s Overview and Scrutiny in the year 2011/12. It contains details of the O&S Commission and four O&S panels, highlighting our many successful reviews. It also provides information on developments in O&S and the upcoming work programme, all aimed at making sure that overview and scrutiny continues helping to improve public services.
The Engagement of Young People in Culture, Sporting and Recreational Activities »
The engagement of young people in cultural and sporting activities
Birmingham City Council: Refresh of the Municipal Waste Management Strategy »
The Review constitutes a refresh of the City Council's Municipal Waste Management Strategy.
Birmingham's Youth Service »
The review was undertaken after a petition was presented to the Children and Education Scrutiny Committee in March 2011, when young people raised their concerns about the effects of future changes to youth services, which have been greatly transformed over the last few years.
Dementia – A Bold Approach »
Summary report - Dementia – A Bold Approach
Early Intervention and Re-ablement Services »
To examine and explore early intervention and re-ablement services provided in Hartlepool.
Private Sector Housing Schemes »
To explore and evaluate Private Sector Housing Schemes in place in Hartlepool.
Report of the Regeneration and Employment Scrutiny Commission’s Review into Regeneration and Transport in Newham. »
A review that looked at how transport effects regeneration in Newham and recommended ways these effects could be positive and not negative.
Scrutiny Review - Missing from Care and from Home »
The review looked at how the Council and its partners respond to instances where children or young people run away from home and from the Council’s care and, in particular, its policies, procedures, practices and performance.
Social Care for Children Review »
A review of Social Care for Children at Calderdale
Young People's Access to Transport »
To focus on what transport is available across Hartlepool to young people on a night.
A REVIEW INTO WHETHER THE RESIDENT WORKFORCE IN PORTSMOUTH HAS THE REQUISITE SKILLS TO SATISFY THE CURRENT AND FUTURE NEEDS OF THE CITY, ITS RESIDENTS AND LOCAL EMPLOYERS »