Publication

Publication name: Guidance on action to reduce suicides at locations of concern in Scotland
Date: 01 August 2017
Description: This guidance is about preventing suicides at locations of concern and is an important part of the suicide prevention strategy in Scotland. A location of concern has been defined as ‘a specific, usually public, site which is frequently used as a location for suicide and which provides either means or opportunity for suicide’. This guidance recognises the need for a range of agencies working in partnership, and is adapted from the Australian Government Department of Health publication, Preventing Suicide at Suicide Hotspots.
View options: Download files

Alternative formats

If you require publications or documents in an alternative format such as large print, braille and audio versions, please contact Health Scotland publications –nhs.healthscotland-alternativeformats@nhs.net.

We use cookies to help improve this website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. Don't show this message again