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Community Payback Order: Supervision


Local Authority area:

East Lothian

Primary Courts of relevance:

Edinburgh Sheriff court

All information provided by:

East Lothian Community Justice Partnership

East Lothian Community Justice Information

Published: 15 November 2022

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In Spring 2022, the information will be reviewed and updated where required. Thereafter a review, and any necessary revisions, will take place three times annually.

Community Payback Order: Supervision

Interventions suitable for

All appropriate service users – no restrictions

Programme Title and Provider

Justice Social Work Service

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

Men – Due to the semi-rural environment there are no current group work programmes for adult males who are subject to supervision however, individual work is undertaken with specific reference to:• Anger management
• Stress and anxiety management
• Decision making and consequential thinking skills
• Emotional regulation
• Substance misuse and mental health
• Victim awareness
Referrals are also made to specialist services including psychological services, Stop It Now, substance misuse services etc.

Women – CONNECT, this service is co-facilitated by statutory and 3rd Sector agencies to target women who are subject to JSW statutory supervision, at risk of entering the justice system, victims of abuse and/or any women who would benefit from trauma informed support.

General – Individual interventions will be developed and delivered depending on the risk and need presented by the service user.

Possible Outcomes

• Compliance with PASS
• Reduction in custodial sentences
• Address criminogenic needs
• Address risk factor and issues of public protection
• Improve equal and fair access to services

Process for Assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention



Sexual offences – SA07 and RM2000

Domestic abuse perpetrators – Spousal Assault Risk Assessment (SARA)