East Lothian Community Justice Local Outcome Improvement Plan 2017-20

Closed 24 Sep 2018

Opened 10 Sep 2018

Results expected 23 Sep 2019


The aim of the National Community Justice Strategy is to “deliver a decisive shift in the balance between community and custodial sentences”, imprisoning violent offenders and using evidence based interventions in the community for offenders who might otherwise be given short-term prison sentences. This aim is extended to local Outcome Improvement Plans that are the responsibility of Community Justice partnerships in each Community Planning Partnership.

Our draft Local Outcome Improvement Plan shows how we are delivering the aims of the National Community Justice Strategy in East Lothian.

Why We Are Consulting

We would like to hear from you about what you think of the draft Local Outcome Improvement Plan for East Lothian. Do you think the draft gives a good and accurate overview, do you think we're getting it right, do you think we have missed anything? Please tell us what you think.



  • All Areas


  • Local Residents
  • People who live in rented housing
  • Young people
  • Community Councils
  • East Lothian Council Tenants
  • Business Community
  • Voluntary / Third Sector
  • Parents and Guardians
  • Registered Tenant Organisations
  • Prescribed Consultees
  • Rural Communities
  • Local authorities
  • Stakeholders
  • East Lothian Council Staff
  • East Lothian Tenants and Residents Panel
  • Stakeholder Organisations
  • Service Providers
  • Communities
  • Staff & unions
  • Patient involvement groups
  • Area Partnerships
  • Service providers
  • Interest & advocacy groups
  • Local Residents
  • Visitors / Tourists / Non Residents
  • Parents & Guardians
  • Disabled People
  • Children & Young People
  • Service Users
  • Tenants and Residents Associations
  • LGBT individuals
  • People Affected by Drugs / Alcohol Misuse
  • People affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Patients
  • Carers
  • Council staff
  • Parents & Carers
  • School staff
  • Carers of People with Dementia
  • Local Residents
  • Community Groups & Organisations
  • Teachers
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Unions
  • Community Planning Partners


  • Community Safety