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S2W-7311, mr David Davidson: To ask the Scottish Executive what support it gives to slow sex eye contact the "How to Drug Proof your Kids" seminar series run by Care for the Family.
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S2W-7356 Mr Adam Ingram: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-7014 by Malcolm Chisholm on, whether the Chief Scientist Office has received any proposals for research into attention deficit hyperkinetic disorder and drugs misuse and, if so, what the reasons.
S2W-7324 Bruce Crawford: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-3845 by Malcolm Chisholm on 18 November 2003, what progress has been made on the co-ordination of available evidence relating to suicide meet people for sex scranton pennsylvania in Scotland and elsewhere."The high prison numbers and the complexity of the population mix adds a particular challenge to the prison."The inspectorate will continue to monitor the progress the prison makes in implementing its action plan in response to the recommendations and looks forward to seeing the areas of good practice taken up throughout prisons in Scotland.S2W-7341 Mr Adam Ingram: To ask the Scottish Executive when training in mental health issues became an intrinsic part of probationary training for police constables.More training is being planned and more agencies are being sought to participate.We also work with Police Scotland to carry out investigations where appropriate.S2W-7331 Bruce Crawford: To ask the Scottish Executive when it will make a decision about the future of Holy Trinity Primary School in Stirling.S2W-7325 Bruce Crawford: To ask the Scottish Executive what new maturity date on fd research has been commissioned in the last 12 months regarding suicide.Mr Strang said: "Overall this is a satisfactory report on HMP Edinburgh, which highlights areas of good practice and identifies where there is potential and opportunity for improvement.It holds a total of 907 prisoners, exceeding its 870 design capacity.S2W-7327 Bruce Crawford: To ask the Scottish Executive what further measures it will take to combat suicide other than the work undertaken by the National Programme for Improving Mental Health and Well-Being.


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