Clackmannanshire Consultation Database

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Forthcoming Consultations
IMHS Evaluations Qtr 4 2017/18
Ludgate House Reablement Staff Questionnaire 2018
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Closed Consultations
1703 Q4 Community Access Point Customer Satisfaction Survey
2016 - 2017 Registrar Services Satisfaction Survey
Community Council Review Stage 1
Community Councils
Community groups - are they part of your life?
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We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

What are your views on the Community Justice Improvement Plan for Clackmannanshire?

You Said

  • More clarity needed in links with education
  • Insufficient evidence of measuring improvement
  • Emphasise that the strategy will concurrently reduce health inequalities that persist amongst offenders

We Did

  • Simplified the detail in order to provide more flexibility
  • Commit to working Community Justice Scotland to measure outcomes and use the Community Justice Outcome Improvement Framework
  • Strenghten the narrative of healthcare inequalities

We Asked

We asked you to tell us about your voting experience whether at the polling station or using our postal vote service.

You Said

The majority of respondents were happy with their experience. 

92% felt that the building used was suitable as a polling place and 90% rated the customer service provided by the polling staff as good or very good. 

Those respondents that are postal voters like the convenience and find it easy to do.

We Did

Where specific issues with a building were highlighted, we have noted this and will use this feedback when we have the next formal review of polling places in 2018/19. 

Where we received comments about concerns that the layout of polling stations were not affording enough privacy for voters to cast their vote, we shall ensure that this area is reinforced at our poll staff training sessions. 

We Asked

We asked you to tell us about your voting experience whether at the polling station or using our postal vote service.

You Said

The majority of respondents were happy with their experience. 

90% felt that the building used was suitable as a polling place and 90% rated the customer service provided by the polling staff as good or very good. 

Those respondents that are postal voters like the convenience and find it easy to do.

We Did

Where specific issues with a building were highlighted, we have noted this and will use this feedback when we have the next formal review of polling places in 2018/19. 

Where we received comments about concerns that the layout of polling stations were not affording enough privacy for voters to cast their vote, we shall ensure that this area is reinforced at our poll staff training sessions.