Community Justice is the collection of individuals, agencies and services that work together to support, manage and supervise people who have committed offences, from the point of arrest, through prosecution, community disposal or custody and alternatives to these, until they are reintegrated into the community.
Local communities and the third sector are a vital part of this process which aims to prevent and reduce further offending and the harm that it causes, to promote desistance, social inclusion and citizenship.
The Community Justice (Scotland) Act 2016 shifts responsibility for community justice from Community Justice Authorities to local community planning structures.
During 2016, the partnership has worked from a transition plan and have been consulting with community stakeholders. A Clackmannanshire Community Justice Strategic Assessment is also available.
- Clackmannanshire Alcohol and Drugs Partnership
- Clackmannanshire Council
- Clackmannanshire’s Health and Social Care Integration Board
- Clackmannanshire Tenants and Residents Federation
- Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface
- Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
- NHS Forth Valley
- Police Scotland
- Scottish Courts Service
- Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
- Scottish Prison Service
- Skills Development Scotland