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Community Payback Order: Treatment: Drugs


Local Authority area:

East Ayrshire

Primary Courts of relevance:

Kilmarnock and Ayr

All information provided by:

East Ayrshire Community Justice Partnership

East Ayrshire Community Justice Information

Published: 30 November 2021

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Community Payback Order: Treatment: Drugs

Interventions suitable for

A drug treatment requirement might be used where there are drug issues identified, but where an individual has not established a chronic history of drug use. People with drug issues who would not be eligible for a DTTO because their offending history is not sufficiently high tariff, should be considered by the CJSWR author for such a disposal.

Programme title and provider

Treatment: Drugs

Details of all Specific national or local scheme/intervention(s) available

As per National Outcomes and Standards
Discussion with NHS Treatment Providers to ensure required components can be met and initial appointment offered to update Court in CJSWR

Rapid Access to Drug and Alcohol Recovery (RADAR). This service provides rapid access to support and or treatment for anyone affected by drugs or alcohol in the East Ayrshire area. A partnership approach from NHS Addiction Services, We Are With You, Ayrshire Council on Alcohol and East Ayrshire Advocacy Service. The service aims to offer a same day or next day appointment to help you identify the recovery support best suited to individual needs.

Possible Outcomes

NHS Treatment/Addiction Support Services providing intervention and support

Process for Assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention

Criminal Justice Social Work Reports interview; Level of Service Case Management Inventory (LSCMi)

Where no specific scheme/intervention is available, is there capacity to provide a bespoke service based on judicial request?

Not with current resources without more information