Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration

The Children’s Hearings System provides the operational setting in which SCRA and our partner agencies work. The aim is to provide a safety net for vulnerable children and deliver tailored solutions which meet the needs of the individuals involved, while helping to build stronger families and safer communities.

SCRA's role and purpose

Focused on children most at risk, SCRA's role and purpose are to:

  • Make effective decisions about a need to refer a child to a Children’s Hearing
  • Enable children and families to participate in Hearings
  • Provide suitable accommodation and facilities for Children's Hearings
  • Disseminate information and data to inform and influence improved outcomes for children and young people.

Contact SCRA

Head Office
Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration
Ochil House
Springkerse Business Park
Stirling
FK7 7XE

Telephone: 0300 200 1555
Fax: 0300 200 1541

inforequest@scra.gsi.gov.uk

To find out more and access statistics and research on the Children’s Hearings System, visit the SCRA website.

NHS Scotland Early Years Network - Awareness of the Children's Hearings System

SCRA and NHS Health Scotland recently carried out a survey of early years professionals to find out their levels of knowledge and involvement in the Children’s Hearings System. 

Visit the SCRA website to download the report [38Kb].