Scottish Borders

DETAILS

Local Authority area:

Scottish Borders

Primary Courts of relevance:

Jedburgh and Selkirk

All information provided by:

Scottish Borders Community Justice Partnership

Scottish Borders Community Justice Information

Published: 28 February 2020

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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.

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Third Sector Programmes

Interventions suitable for

Assessed need.

Programme Title and Provider

Addiction Support.

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

Drug and Alcohol support is provided by NHS: Borders Addiction Services and third sector Wearewithyou.

Possible Outcomes

Manage, reduce or stop drug or alcohol use, engender positive lifestyle choices and individual responsibility.

Process for Assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention

Identified through assessment for Court Report or following implementation of the Community Payback Order.

Relevant information re. funding for the programme

Funding would appear to be on a short term rolling budget for third sector organisations. This provides a lack of long term development of service provision and security to staff and service users.
 

Interventions suitable for

Assessed need.

Programme Title and Provider

Shine: SACRO

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

Shine Service offers Throughcare to Women in the Borders. In addition to Voluntary through care offered and provided by Criminal Justice Social Work.

Possible Outcomes

Aim to meet the distinct needs of women in the justice system through mentoring. Through the development of a jointly agreed plan work towards achieving goals and ambitions. Support is provided on a range of factors that can influence a desistance in offending behaviour.

Process for Assessment and/or inclusion in scheme/intervention

Identified through assessment for Court Report or following implementation of the Community payback Order.

Relevant information re. funding for the programme

Funding would appear to be on a short term rolling budget for third sector organisations. This provides a lack of long term development of service provision and security to staff and service users.