East Ayrshire

DETAILS

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: Unpaid Work

Interventions suitable for

Available to all services users over the age of 16

Programme title and provider

Unpaid work

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

Available to all services users. Lighter duties option available for those with additional needs or disability. Links to employability to support individuals back into training, volunteering or employment (used as other activity).

Possible Outcomes

Promote reengagement with local community and provide a visible means of paying back to the community which raises public confidence in the benefits of this intervention.

Process for Assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention

Criminal Justice Social Work Report interview and at Initial assessment carried out by Qualified Social Worker at Criminal Justice Social Work Report stage. Level 1 Orders may be imposed by Court without the request for a Criminal Justice Social Work Report.
During Initial Risk Assessment interview the Unpaid Work Case Manager will carry out a full assessment to consider suitability of placement and ‘other activity’ input.
Throughout the Order the assessment process is ongoing to meet the changing needs of the individual.