Hearings

Fitness to Practise investigations and decisions are not about punishing workers. Our role is to protect people who use services and maintain public confidence in the workforce. If we impose Temporary Orders or sanctions it is because we have found evidence of impairment and believe that formal action is needed. A worker's fitness to practise can be impaired because of their conduct, professional practice or health. We consider each case individually. Our legal duties and responsibilities differ from the employer so our view of risk and the action we may take is different.

You can find out more about attending a hearing here. Our Public Information policy details what we publish on our website.

Please note: Some of the charges and decisions may contain language which some may find offensive.

Name and
registration number
Location Date Part of the Register Charges
Shaun Conroy
1148550
Scottish Social Services Council 10am on Monday 17 December 2018 (previously adjourned) Residential child care workers View
Amy Dabrowski
3005269
Scottish Social Services Council Adjourned Supervisors in a care home service for adults View
Shaji Joseph
3026017
Scottish Social Services Council Postponed Support workers in a care home service for adults View
Ernest Okodugha
3037662
Scottish Social Services Council Adjourned Support workers in a care home service for adults View
Ernest Byers
3076797
Scottish Social Services Council Adjourned Support workers in a care home service for adults View
Amy Jack
3052363
Scottish Social Services Council Postponed Practitioners in day care of children services View
Connor Smith
3090609
Scottish Social Services Council Adjourned Supervisors in a care home service for adults View
Shanna Creelie
3032002
Scottish Social Services Council Adjourned Support workers in a care home service for adults