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In Scotland, of the sexual misconduct allegations made to the OSCR, the Sunday Times say nine have been probed by police, of which five are still under investigation, while six others are being looked at by the Scottish Government's child abuse inquiry.
Laura Anderson, Head of Professional Advice and Intelligence at the OSCR said: The revised list of matters has been drawn from our experience as regulators.
OSCR in its own document have stated that an independent examination is a form of external scrutiny which is less costly than an audit.
project, believes OSCR can help scientists understand beach erosion, the health of fisheries and the movement of pollution through the water.
OSCR chief David Robb said: "We will continue to urge charity trustees to be vigilant and to take robust action when necessary.
Working with OSCR, we want to ensure greater transparency in recruitment and have decided that we should advertise for appointments to the new Sorp committee and take a more active role in explaining to the sector both the Sorp-making process and the challenging agenda to be faced as we move towards convergence with IFRS," explained Andrew Hind, chief executive of the Charity Commission.
OSCR is the product of a School/Public Library Symposium held at the Mississauga Library System in December of 2002.
Watchdog body OSCR - the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator - will be given new powers to strip groups of their charitable status.
The OSCR were contacted straight away and alerted to a possible issue with Tayforth, but Reilly was allowed to keep working there for a long time.
It will develop good practice guidance for effective and cost efficient major accident hazard management and OSCR compliance during the end of life phases of all installation types.
Then I wrote to OSCR to tell them what was happening and that I thought Masocha was earning too much.