A new model for community justice

In Argyll and Bute the way that Community Planning Partners plan, design and deliver services to reduce offending and re-offending to create safer communities changed from April 2017.  This is our second Argyll and Bute Community Justice Outcome Improvement Plan for 2018-2019.  We want to consult with our citizens on our plan, your views of the impact of crime in your area and why you think people commit offences.  We would also like to improve our understanding of what you think is the best way forward.  Please take the time to complete this survey to ensure that we improve our understanding of how we can best work together with our communities to reduce the impact of crime.

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* 1. What types of crime are you most concerned about in Argyll and Bute? (rate 1 to 11, with 1 being your most important priority to 11 being less important to you). Please choose top 5 as a minimum.

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* 2. What do you think are the causes of crime in Argyll and Bute? (multiple choices permitted)

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* 3. What do you think are the most likely sentencing options that will enable individuals to stop offending? (rate 1 to 8, with 1 being your most important priority to 8 being less important to you).  Please rate, at minimum, your top 5 choices

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* 4. Which agencies do you believe are the most important and support people who have been involved in the justice system to move on with their lives from offend (multiple choice permitted)

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* 5. Improving community understanding, engagement and participation creating safer communities is a key area of development for Argyll and Bute Community Justice Partners in 2018-2019.  Making sure that our communication and planning processes are focussed and effective will help us to deliver services in a more targeted way.  What would you suggest are the best ways to do this? (rate 1 to 5, with 1 being your most important priority to 5 being less important to you)

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* 6. The Scottish Government provided the following categories to describe groups of people within community justice, can you tell us which of the following apply to you? (multiple choices permitted)

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* 7. Do you have any other comments you want to make?

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