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Justice Services Showcase

Staff and partners recently attended the Justice Services Showcase event at Fullarton Hub. It provided a fantastic opportunity to highlight and celebrate the great partnership working happening across Ayrshire HSCP justice services.

Ayrshire Justice Services Partnership held the successful showcase event at Fullarton Hub, Irvine, on Friday 29 April.

The event allowed staff to shine a spotlight on some of the fantastic work being carried out across Ayrshire to support and rehabilitate individuals involved in the justice system, as well as providing a great opportunity for staff, partners and funders to network and share examples of best practice.

An overview of the role of the Partnership’s Performance Officer was also provided, including information on how data is collected and reviewed to help shape and improve future practice, as well as notice on upcoming events and reports.

A number of services were in attendance on the day, including the Caledonian System and representatives from the Moving Forward, Making Changes service who presented on the cognitive and behavioural approaches utilised.

Attendees also watched presentations on the Desistance Officer role, Drug Treatment and Testing Orders, the Women’s Service Bail Supervision project and Diversion from Prosecution.

Alison Sutherland, Head of Children, Families and Justice Services for North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership said: “It was a pleasure to be involved with this fantastic event.

“There really is some amazing work going on throughout Ayrshire to improve outcomes for those involved in the justice system, helping to reducing re-offending and remove barriers that can sometimes lead to re-offending, such as alcohol and/or other drug use.

“These programmes are not only beneficial to the individuals involved but also to their families and our wider communities.

“I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone involved in organising and presenting at the event.”

The showcase event received some great feedback and was enjoyed by all who attended. Plans are now under way to organise similar events in both East and South Ayrshire.

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