Corporate Parenting responsibilities are there to help children and young people who are being supported and cared for by a local authority. This includes foster care, residential care, secure care, looked after at home (on Home Supervision Requirements) and formal kinship care. Our responsibility as a Corporate Parent can start when you are born until you leave care. If you were looked after on your 16th birthday you can get help and support up to your 26th birthday.
Corporate Parenting Plan
Read about Police Scotland's Corporate Parenting Plan. As a corporate parent, Police Scotland looks to support care experienced young people and improve outcomes. We will continue to work with partner agencies and other corporate parents as we strive to improve life chances of everyone who lives in Scotland.
Who Cares Scotland
Who Cares? Scotland is a national voluntary organisation, working with care experienced young people and care leavers across Scotland. They support care experienced people to have their voice heard and make that happen in a number of ways.