Community Justice seeks to prevent and reduce offending in a fair and effective way by addressing its underlying causes, increasing positive citizenship, increasing public safety and re-assurances and reduce costs. It is vital that the model includes victims and witnesses of crime; people who have offended their families; business and local companies.
If you would like more information on how Community Justice works in Angus contact us on 01307 492150. For a look at the national picture visit Community Justice Scotland.
Visit our unpaid work page if you are a member of a group or organisation in Angus and you have a community project that community service unpaid workers can assist with.
The Angus Community Justice Partnership brings together stakeholders from the public, private and third sectors to develop and deliver a Community Justice Outcomes Improvement Plan. Angus Community Justice priorities have been identified in line with the National Community Justice Strategy.