The Care Inspectorate is a national scrutiny body which supports improvements across social care, social work, early learning and childcare and criminal justice in Scotland.
They regulate and inspect care services in Scotland to make sure that they meet the correct standards. Set up by Scottish Government, and accountable to ministers, it’s their job to assure and protect everyone that uses these services. They work to make sure that everyone gets safe, high quality care that meets their needs.
You are able to read our inspection reports here.