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Written parliamentary questions can be asked by any MSP to the Scottish Government or the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body. The questions provide a means for MSPs to get factual and statistical information from them.

Written questions must be answered within 10 working days (20 working days during recess). Other questions such as Topical, Portfolio, General and First Minister's Question Times are taken in the Chamber.

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Question ref. S2W-08626

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 26 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive how long it took for each prisoner released in error by Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd to be returned to police custody.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 11 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08625

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 26 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive what the average time taken was to escort prisoners to their destination in each case where a prisoner was released in error by Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 10 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08525

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 24 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive whether the anti-bullying strategy required by clause 3.5.1 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland was in effect when James McCormick was released in error by Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08496

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 24 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive what action the service provider will take in respect of the late payment of invoices, as referred to in Schedule 3, clause 5.1.1 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08552

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 25 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive whether it, or the Scottish Prison Service (SPS), had the opportunity to observe the testing of the prisoner logging system referred to in clause 1.4.4.1 of Schedule 1 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Limited for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland prior to the Service Commencement Date and whether it, or the SPS, took advantage of such an opportunity.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08539

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 25 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will publish clause 5.1.2.1 of Schedule 1 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08500

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 24 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive, with reference to Schedule 3, clause 4.3 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland, whether it will publish any relevant documentation detailing any suggested adjustment to the operational procedures or costs or other effect of the legislative change upon the ability of the service provider to undertake the contract.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08515

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 24 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive, with reference to Schedule 3, section 11 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland, what action the authority will take if the service provider is found to store faulty equipment in its premises.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08546

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 25 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive what information has been withheld in the header box after “1st Level Response” in Table 5 of Schedule 1 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004

Question ref. S2W-08499

Asked by: Sturgeon, Nicola, Glasgow, Date lodged: 24 May 2004

To ask the Scottish Executive whether the service provider will have the right to appeal in the event of a dispute or arbitration procedure where there exists reasonable evidence of failure(s), as referred to in Schedule 3, clause 5.4 of Contract between The Scottish Ministers and Reliance Secure Task Management Ltd for the Provision of Prisoner Escort & Court Custody Services in Scotland.

Current Status: Answered by Cathy Jamieson on 8 June 2004