Local Authority area:
Argyll and Bute
Primary Courts of relevance:
Campbeltown, Lochgilphead Annexe, Oban, Dunoon, Dumbarton, Greenock
All information provided by:
Argyll and Bute Community Justice Partnership
Argyll and Bute Community Justice Information
Published: 30 November 2021
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Interventions suitable for
Programme title and provider
Details of all specific national or local scheme/intervention(s) available
Bail supervision currently available throughout Argyll and Bute.
This would include monitoring of bail conditions and an action plan to address areas of assessed risks and needs.
Regular progress reports would be made available to the court.
A reduction in the use of remand with particular focus on vulnerable groups such as those with mental health problems, women, single parents, people with carer responsibilities, people with substance misuse issues and young people aged between 16 and 21.
Early intervention and continued access or supported referrals to community support services that may not be available in custody will be provided via a robust structured action plan delivered by a justice worker.
Monitoring of bail restrictions and action on breach will be provided.
Minimisation of disruption to families, employment and housing.
Encourage greater confidence in the use of non-custodial disposals by sentencers as a result of the experience of successful completion of periods on bail supervision.
Process for assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention
Court/lawyers can request an assessment for bail supervision via firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 01369 707159.
Courts will also be supplied with regular bail supervision progress reports.
Where no specific scheme/intervention is available, is there capacity to provide a bespoke service based on judicial request? Please provide details