We strive to make our city safe

Our goal is to unite all services and organizations that strive to improve the security level of our city and make their activities more effective.

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Make the city safer. How?

The phrase “safe city” has become customary and is usually perceived as a synonym for a citywide video surveillance system. We should not forget, however, that television cameras, even if properly placed, are only technical means, and without the appropriate organizational measures, the video surveillance system will inevitably turn into a trivial registration system.

To quickly stop the offenses it is necessary to build a system of response, beginning with operators and ending with patrol officers. The main problem that cannot be solved “directly” is the lack of operators. It is impossible to put thousands of people in front of monitors. And when there is a video wall of hundreds of images in front of every operator, there is no talking about instant response. Video analytics can at best draw the attention to the non-standard behavior of separate persons, but there is a big difference between the non-standard and illegal behavior. Systems for automated recognition of illegal actions are unlikely to appear in the foreseeable future. It is impossible to solve this problem solely by departmental situation centers, but there is a way out.

Our approach to work. Our areas of responsibility and initiatives

Information about the areas in which we do business.

Cooperation with state organizations and social services

This approach allows us to support the state in terms of making the city safer, using the resources we have available.

Counseling in security and urban management issues

During our long history, we have managed to assemble a team of experienced professionals who are highly qualified specialists in management and security.

Dialogue with the people of the city

It's an integral part of our work and it's really high on our list of priorities. We are in constant dialogue with the population, informing the people about new decisions or initiatives.

Funding projects and initiatives

We are a completely non-profit organization, but we have a huge number of partners around the world who are willing to sponsor promising ideas or initiatives.

The SSSC has been around for 20 years

We’re commemorating 20 years of a trusted, skilled, and confident workforce providing social work, social care, and early childhood services. You can find out more about the scottish social services council.

Providing assistance to employees

Learn how our work benefits your learning and development as well as your employers. You can also access free educational materials.

Education and careers

A career in social services may be right for you if you’re seeking for a long-term profession that makes a difference. Find out more about professions and education.

The SSSC is a non-profit organization that aims to

Here you can learn more about the SSSC, our Codes of Practice, our organizational structure, and our workforce data function.

The Social Service Worker and Employer Codes of Conduct

The Codes of Practice for Social Service Employees and Employers (the Codes) outline the expectations of social service workers and their employers in terms of behavior and values.

The SSSC’s contribution to the consultation on the National Care Service To ensure that regulation remains independent, the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) says responsibility for social work and social care qualifications must stay within its scope. This is one of the main elements of the Scottish Social Services Council’s response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the National Care Service.

On November 2, 2021, it was published. Celebrating the SSSC’s workers over the past 20 years As the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) celebrates its 20th anniversary, the professionalism, values, and devotion of the social work, social care, and early years workforce will be recognized.

On the 14th of October, 2021, Assisting the care staff in acquiring the necessary skills According to a new research released today by the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC), demand for adult social care qualifications is expected to skyrocket over the next four years.

Joint Event SVQs Social Services and Healthcare / Social Services (CYP)

The success of Scottish vocational qualifications (SVQs) in social services and healthcare, as well as in social services for children and young people, will be examined at this collaborative event (CYP).

For newly qualified social workers, bringing CPL to life (NQSW)

Our online event is designed to assist NQSWs in meeting their CPL registration requirements by delivering information about the criteria, providing helpful advice, and flagging potential problems. We’ll also highlight some important resources.

The SSSC has developed a variety of different websites that offer specialized learning and statistical reporting services.

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Scotland’s jurisdiction

Compass House, 11 Riverside Drive, Dundee, DD1 4NY is the headquarters. The Scottish Social Services Council is in charge of enhancing social service standards in Scotland. The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) was founded in October 2001 by the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act and is in charge of registering and regulating people who work in the social services.


On April 1, 2003, the Register of Social Service Workers opened, with social workers being the first to register. There are now 60,000 workers on the register in 2014.

The following social service personnel are already registered with the SSSC or will be required to do so in the future: employees in the field of social work, students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in social work or a master’s degree in social work Commission on Health and Social Services, everyone who works in a residential child care facility (this includes managers, supervisors and workers), managers of adult residential care facilities, adult day care service managers.

The Codes of Practice for Social Service Employees are a set of declarations that explain the professional conduct and practice that social service workers must follow in their day-to-day work. On November 1, 2016, the new Codes of Practice for Social Service Workers and Employers went into effect. The Codes lay forth the expectations of social service employees and their employers in terms of practice and behavior.

The amended codes reflect the SSSC’s transition from a misconduct to a fitness to practice form of regulation, as well as the addition of a duty of candour.

Despite the relatively low number of fatalities, terrorism is a growing concern in cities. Every region has at least one city at the top of the list of safe cities where terrorist attacks have occurred in the past five years. Authorities are trying to reduce the percentage of incidents through the swift work of intelligence agencies and technology to detect potential crime.

In cities such as London and Tokyo, the deployment of video surveillance is steadily increasing. In developed cities, video surveillance or webcams cooperate with artificial intelligence technologies. For example, with facial recognition, motion analysis and the detection of suspicious behavior. In China, police departments collaborate with technology companies that develop such solutions. According to IHS Markit, the professional HD surveillance camera market grew to 29 million units in 2018 (up from 0.2 million in 2012).

We are proud to work for the good of our city and our community. If you are looking for a way to support our activities or become our strategic partner, contact us, we are always open to dialogue.