Developing a Community Justice Approach in East Lothian

Closed 12 Jan 2017

Opened 8 Dec 2016

Results Updated 6 Feb 2017

You can view a summary of the main findings of this consultation below. The information gathered is being used to help inform the development of our Community Justice Local Outcome Improvement Plan.  

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Overview

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Community Justice is the term used to refer to the collection of individuals, organisations and services that work together to support, manage and supervise people who have committed offences.

Community Justice involvement takes place from the point of arrest; through prosecution, community disposal, custody and alternatives to these; until the individual is reintegrated into the community.  

Working in partnership with local communities is important to help ensure that Community Justice is effective.

Why We Are Consulting

We are keen to gather the views of local people to help guide how we work with local communities to deliver Community Justice in East Lothian.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Local Residents

Interests

  • Community Justice