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Equality and Diversity

The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) is an executive agency of the Scottish Government, responsible for the management of HM Prisons and Young Offenders Institutions. There are currently 13 public sector and two privately managed prisons in Scotland. The SPS Vision is 'Making Scotland safer by protecting the public and reducing reoffending'.

The Mission Statement of the Scottish Prison Service is:

  • to keep in custody those committed by the courts; to maintain good order in each prison;
  • to care for prisoners with humanity;
  • to encourage prisoners to take opportunities which will reduce the likelihood they re-offend and help reintergrate then back into their community.

The Values of the Scottish Prison Service are:

  • Respect: We work with fairness, justice and honesty and have proper regard for others needs and rights.
  • Integrity: We apply high ethical, moral and professional standards in our conduct.
  • Teamwork: We work together and with partners to provide safety, support, efficiency and improved outcomes.
  • Equality: We work together to embed the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion to promote a culture of openness, transparency and fairness in all we do.

The SPS Vision for Valuing Diversity, Promoting Equality and Human Rights is-

  • Everyone in SPS values diversity in all aspects of work;
  • Everyone in SPS is responsible for respecting and promoting equality and human rights; and
  • We have sustainable and effective policies and procedures that place equality, diversity, inclusion and respect for human rights at the centre of everything we do.

This is based on a human rights based approach which is underpinned by human rights values. As this has been a cultural change the process is on-going. We will continue to progress this approach in all our areas of our work.

We are an agency of the Scottish Government and some of our reporting requirements under the Equality Act 2010 Public Sector Equality Duty have been incorporated into the Scottish Government's information. Further Equality and Diversity reports are available under the Public Sector Equality Duty menu option on the left.

 

Alternative Formats and Languages
Documents can be accessed from our website, where it is published in a PDF, Word and sometimes Picture Assisted Easy Read formats. A limited number of printed copies, including Easy Read, have also been produced.

If you wish to contact us for further information, provide feedback, request a printed copy, or to discuss alternative formats, please use any of the method listed below.

Contact: Equality and Diversity Team, Scottish Prison Service Headquarters Room 101B, Calton House, 5 Redheughs Rigg EH12 9HW

Telephone: 0131 244 8587

Email: priscilla.marongwe@sps.pnn.gov.uk

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Equality and Diversity Team, Scottish Prison Service Headquarters, Room 101B, Calton House, 5 Redheughs Rigg, EDINBURGH, EH12 9HW.

Telephone General:

0131 244 8587

Email:

priscilla.marongwe@sps.pnn.gov.uk

General Prisoner Service Provision Employment Provision

Priscilla Chipo Marongwe
Equality and Diversity
Business Partner

Human Resources Directorate

Room 101B
Calton House
5 Redheughs Rigg
Edinburgh
EH12 9HW

 

Tel Direct: 0131 244 8620
E:priscilla.marongwe@sps.pnn.gov.uk

Vince Fletcher
Equality and Diversity Manager -
Prisoners

Operations Directorate

Room 101B

Calton House
5 Redheughs Rigg
Edinburgh
EH12 9HW

 

Tel Direct: 0131 244 8447

E: vince.fletcher@sps.pnn.gov.uk

Joanne Streeter 

Equality and Diversity Manager - Staff

Human Resources Directorate
Room 101B
Calton House
5 Redheughs Rigg
Edinburgh
EH12 9HW

 

Tel Direct: 0131 244 8441

E: joanne.streeter@sps.pnn.gov.uk

 

Clock Page last updated on 04/06/2014