ASP Significant Case Reviews

The SCR National Framework for ASP SCRs is linked below

ASP SCRs National Interim Framework

National Framework (2019)

There are many reports which inform practice on ASP and which staff should consider when working in comparable situations. Many of these are published by the Mental Welfare Commission (MWC).

Some reports with particular relevance to ASP work are:

SCR – South Ayrshire – Sharon Greenop (2019)

  • The South Ayrshire Chief Officers’ Group (COG) for Public Protection published the findings of an independent Significant Case Review into the circumstances surrounding the death of 46-year-old Sharon Greenop, who was found dead at her home in Troon in November 2016. Sharon’s sister, Lynette Greenop, was convicted of her murder and sentenced to life imprisonment for her crime in May 2018. Prior to her death, Sharon received a community care package from social work services within the South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership.

SCR – East and Midlothian – Child R (2019)

MWC Report – Mr QR (2018)

SCR – North Lanarkshire – Miss A (2016)

SCR – Glasgow APC – Ellen Ash (2015)

  • Glasgow City Council Adult Support and Protection Committee SCR.  On 19 August 2013, Mr Jeffrey Ash pled guilty to willful fire raising and culpable homicide of his mother, Mrs Ellen Ash, aged 83.

MWC Report – Report on End of Life Care for Mr JL (2014)

MWC Report – Mr and Mrs D (2012)

MWC Report – Mr A (October 2010)

MWC Report – Best of Intentions – Mrs I (January 2010)

MWC Report – Mrs T (2007)

Report of the Inspection of Scottish Borders Council SWS – Borders Report (2004)

  • The case emerged in March 2002 after Miss X was admitted to hospital suffering multiple injuries from physical and sexual abuse. Police investigation revealed she had been subject to a series of abuse and assaults over the previous weeks and possibly much longer. In August 2002 three men, including a carer, were convicted on assault charges, and were sentenced at the High Court in Edinburgh to between 7 and 10 years’ imprisonment.