The Scottish Law Commission was set up by the Law Commissions Act 1965. It is funded by the Scottish Government Constitution, Law and Courts Directorate, but its role is to offer the Scottish government independent advice on law reform. It is the Scottish parliament/legislature which has the final role in deciding whether to enact the suggestions (that is to say, make them law).
Standard forms of abbreviation for a report: Scot Law Com No 232 or SLC232
The print copies of publications are held on Floor 0, as part of the Official Papers collection. They are also available as free downloads from the second link below.
In areas of law which are not unique to Scotland, the Scottish Law Commission can produce a report and advice jointly with the Law Commission of England & Wales. Consequently you may encounter citations such as Law Com 298/Scot Law Com 202 or LC298/SLC202,
Responsibilities of the Cabinet Secretary for Justice include
Minister for Community Safety's responsibilities include