Guide to Information

Freedom of Information Scotland Act (FOISA) requires Scottish public authorities to produce and maintain a publication scheme. Authorities are under a legal obligation to:

  • Publish the classes of information that they make routinely available
  • Tell the public how to access the information and what it might cost

Kibble provides the functions of secure accommodation and education which have been included in the extension to FOISA, as such these functions are now covered by all aspects of FOISA legislation including publishing information. Kibble has adopted the Model Publication Scheme produced by the Scottish Information Commissioner. View the Model Publication Scheme at www.itspublicknowledge.info/mps

The purpose of this Guide to Information is to:

  • Let you see what information Kibble publishes under each class of the Model Publication Scheme
  • Tell you how to find the information easily
  • Tell you about any charges for the information
  • Give contact details for enquiries and help with accessing the information
  • Explain how to request information we haven’t published

Availability and Formats

The information we publish through the Model Publication Scheme is, wherever possible, available on our website. We offer alternative arrangements for people who do not want to, or cannot, access the information online or by inspection at our premises. For example, we can usually arrange to send information to you in paper copy (although there may be a charge for this).

Exempt Information

We will publish the information we hold that falls within the classes of information below. If a document contains information that is exempt under Scotland’s freedom of information laws (for example sensitive personal information), we may remove or redact the information before publication but we will explain why.

Copyright

Kibble has adopted the Open Government Licence (OGL) for the information it publishes through this Guide. You can view the OGL here: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/. This sets out what you can and cannot do with our published information where we are the copyright holder.

Where Kibble does not hold the copyright in information we publish, we will make that clear in this guide.

Charges

There is no charge to view information on our website or at our premises.

We may charge for providing information to you e.g., photocopying and postage, but we will charge you no more than it actually costs us to do so. We will always tell you what the cost is before providing the information to you.

Our photocopying charge per sheet of paper is:

Standard A4 copies (Black and white) will be charged at £0.0045 per single sheet

Standard A4 copies (Colour) will be charged at £0.0475 per single sheet

Information provided on secure pen drives will be charged at £20.00 plus VAT (a higher charge may apply for larger pen drives).

We will recharge any postage costs at the rate we paid to send the information to you.

When providing copies of pre-printed publications, we will charge no more than the cost per copy of the total print run.

We do not pass on any other costs to you for our published information.

Contact Us

If you require assistance with any aspect of this publication scheme contact:

Information & Records Officer
Kibble Education and Care Centre
Goudie Street
Paisley
PA3 2LG
Telephone number: 0141 889 0044
Email: Information&Records@kibble.org

The Classes of Information That We Publish

We publish the information that we hold within the following classes. Once information is published under a class we will continue to make it available for the current and previous two financial years. Where information has been updated or superseded, only the current version will be available. If you would like to see previous versions, you are welcome to make a request to us for that information.

Class 1: About Kibble Education And Care Centre

Class description:
Information about Kibble, who we are, where to find us, how to contact us, how we are managed and our external relations.
The information we publish under class 1

Class 2: How Kibble Delivers Our Functions And Services

Class description:
Information about our work, our strategy and policies for delivering functions and services and information for our service users.
The information we publish under class 2

Class 3: How Kibble Takes Decisions And What It Has Decided

Class description:
Information about the decisions we take, how we make decisions and how we involve others.
The information we publish under class 3

Class 4: What Kibble Spends And How It Spends It

Class description:
Information about our strategy for, and management of, financial resources (in sufficient detail to explain how we plan to spend public money and what has actually been spent).
The information we publish under class 4

Class 5: How Kibble Manages Its Human, Physical And Information Resources

Class description:
Information about how we manage the human, physical and information resources of Kibble Education and Care Centre.
The information we publish under class 5

Class 6: How Kibble Procures Goods And Services From External Providers

Class Description:
Information about how we procure goods and services, and our contracts with external providers
The information we publish under class 6

Class 7: How Kibble Is Performing

Class description:
Information about how Kibble Education and Care Centre performs as an organisation, and how well it delivers its functions and services
The information we publish under class 7

Class 8: Our Commercial Publications And Open Data

Class description:
Information packaged and made available for sale on a commercial basis and sold at market value through a retail outlet e.g. bookshop, museum or research journal.
The information we publish under class 8