There are SASO Branches in Aberdeen, Dumfries, Dundee, Edinburgh, Fife, Perth, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Orkney and Shetland. Each branch carries out its .. Read more own programme of meetings and local conferences. SASO organises an annual residential conference on the first weekend in November. The Association publishes The Scottish Journal of Criminal Justice Studies annually. It contains original articles, research briefings, reviews and conference reports on criminal justice in Scotland. The Scottish Association for the Study of Offending (formerly the Scottish Association for the Study of Delinquency) aims to create a common meeting ground, nationally and locally, for all professional groups and individuals concerned with the issues raised by offending in Scotland. It provides an opportunity for an exchange of views by its members, enabling them to explain their own problems and to appreciate the problems of others engaged in related fields.
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