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To ask the Scottish Government what assessment it has made of effectiveness of the campaign to raise awareness of adult harm, See Something, Say Something.


Answered by Jamie Hepburn (28/04/2015):

The adult support and protection social marketing activity continues to run at a local level with support from partners and local authorities. Early indications show the campaign has had a positive effect with over 5,000 visits to the Act Against Harm website during the national campaign period. Local lead officers in adult support and protection throughout Scotland have seen an increase of on average 9% in referrals made since the campaign launched, compared to pre-campaign measures.


Current Status: Answered by Jamie Hepburn on 28/04/2015
 
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