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IMPORTANT:  SCOAF staff are working remotely due to Government guidance regarding coronavirus. You can still access our service by leaving a message on our phone, or by submitting your application to our contact mailbox: contact@scoaf.org.uk. If possible, do not send applications or documents to us by post as we do not currently have access to the office. Read more

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The benefits of staff networks

Wednesday was National Staff Networks Day, a day to focus on and celebrate the way in which staff networks help to improve the workplace.

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National Day for Staff Networks

SCOAF – new acronym, same organisation

From this week, you will notice that we have changed the way we refer to our office. We now use the acronym SCOAF.

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Make a difference in someone’s life & have a conversation about Mental Health

Today is Time to Talk Day. It is a day where people are encouraged to talk about mental health in order to remove the stigma that so often surrounds it.

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Backlog Update

As of 29 November, we have 142 unallocated substance and maladministration cases, which is another increase in last month.

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Backlog Update

As of 30 October we have 141 substance and maladministration cases that are waiting to be allocated to an investigator. This is regrettably another increase on last month. The oldest of these was received in November 2017. Our Investigator Support Officer is continuing to provide regular updates to all of these complainants. A new Senior […]

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