Coalition for Racial Equality & Rights

Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland

Public Sector Equality Duty Information

30 April 2015. This was the date by which listed public authorities were required to publish: 

  • A mainstreaming report;
  • Annual employee information together with details of the progress made in gathering and using the information to better meet the duty;
  • A report on progress made towards achieving equality outcomes published in 2013; and
  • Public authorities with 150 staff or more must also publish updated gender pay gap information.

The Scottish Specific duties also require public bodies to publish, within a reasonable period, the results of any Impact Assessment where it decides to apply the policy or practice in question.

Public bodies must publish information in a manner that is accessible to the public.

Mainstreaming Report

Equality and Diversity Mainstreaming Progress Report 2015

Equality Outcomes

See appendix 2: Equality and Diversity Mainstreaming Progress Report 2015

Gender Pay Gap Information

See Page 67: Equality and Diversity Mainstreaming Progress Report 2015

Statement on Equal Pay and Occupational Segregation

See Page 65 and 67: Equality and Diversity Mainstreaming Progress Report 2015

Other Internet Available Publications

Equality and Diversity Update July 2014
Equality and Diversity in Police Scotland 2013
Equality and Diversity Policy


Equality Impact Assessments

There is no Equality Impact Assessment information available online. 

Contact

Sir Stephen House
Chief Constable 
Police Scotland Headquarters
PO Box 21184
Alloa
FK10 9DE