The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service Strategic Plan 2015 - 2018 plan describes what we aim to deliver over the three-year period and the underlying priorities. These are set against the backdrop of legal reforms, both past and planned, changes in the patterns of criminal behaviour and developments in our business practices.
A PDF version of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service Strategic Plan 2015 - 2018 is available below:
Our corporate strategies are designed to help us:
- continue to deliver an improving service to the people of Scotland
- commit to no compulsory redundancies and minimise impact on our staffing numbers
- continue to develop digital solutions to improve efficiency, freeing up staff time and enhancing engagement
- make best use of the spaces and places in our estate and improve the environment for our staff.
Also Known as "The Pryce Dyer Report 2002"
The Lord Advocate and the Crown Agent considered it was likely that significant changes in the way that the service carried out major areas of work would be required in the wake of all of these reports. It was in this context that the Management Review was commissioned, commencing October 2001, and asked to report by 28 February 2002.