Community Justice Scotland have created an interactive, digital map which outlines the key stages of the Scottish justice system. This first-of-its-kind map shows the range of possible journeys from an alleged crime through to multiple exit points, providing key information and statistics about each step. The map will be launched on Tuesday 29 September 2020 and [...]
An opportunity has arisen within the Community Justice Ayrshire team. The Manager (Community Justice) leads the delivery of Community Justice Ayrshire’s statutory responsibility to improve community justice outcomes and reduce reoffending, ensuring that it develops and flourishes as a partnership. You can find out more here.
Community Justice Ayrshire have published their annual reports for 2018/19 . These can be accessed via the links below. Annual activity outcome report (as reported to Community Justice Scotland) Year end update on our commitments for 2018-19 contained within our Community Justice Outcomes Improvement Plan ‘Beginnings, Belonging, Belief’ Public facing summary annual report
Justice Services Unpaid Work is hosting a Christmas Craft Fayre on Saturday 23 November at Ardeer Community Centre, Stevenston from 10.30 am - 2.30 pm Admission is £1 and includes a tea/coffee. Children under 12 free. All proceeds from this event will be donated to charities in North Ayrshire.
Today Community Justice Ayrshire launched the Service User Involvement guide ‘Inclusive Justice; Co-producing Change’. This is a culmination of over three years work on a significant piece of research that is the first of its kind in Scotland. The event gave delegates an opportunity to hear from the three service user involvement groups established across Ayrshire. During [...]