Local Authority area:
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
The information on this page has been provided by Community Justice Partnerships. Community Justice Scotland is not responsible for the accuracy of the information and is unable to respond to direct queries. All such queries in respect of the information shown on this page should be directed to the Community Justice Partnership to which it relates.
This information will be reviewed and updated where required.
pdf | 228.44 KB
This document may not be fully accessible.
Interventions suitable for
As imposed by Court
Programme title and provider
Bail supervision Provided by Ayrshire Partnership Delivery Team
Details of all Specific national or local scheme/intervention(s) available
Bail supervision schemes are designed to minimise the numbers of accused held on remand in custody pending trial or for reports after conviction, who, subject to safeguards in respect of public safety, could be released on bail to the community pending their further court hearing (SG 2008). Males and Females, aged 16+ who are at risk of remand to custody. Contact is initially three times per week consisting of two office- based and one home visit.
Reduce remand to custody and address health/addiction needs via referrals to community-based services.
Process for Assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention
Risk and suitability assessment completed by Justice Officers/Social Workers at Court.