How can we stop people from committing crime in Midlothian?

The Midlothian Community Safety and Justice Partnership would like to hear from you as part of the Spring 2019 Community Justice Consultation.

What is Community Justice?

- It is a way to stop people from committing crime.

- It is a way of making sure everyone has access to services and support for the needs they have (for example drug or alcohol addiction, unemployment, homelessness, mental health needs).

- It is a way to help people lead positive lives so that less people will commit crime and less people will become a victim of crime.

- It is a way of getting people who live or work locally involved in decisions to make their communities safer.

How can you help?

- We want to know how we can improve our services so that less people will become involved in or be affected by crime.

- We want to know how we can support people with an offending history to make changes and give a positive contribution to society.

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* 1. Are you aware of the work that Community Justice do in preventing people from committing crime?

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* 2. If YES, where did you hear about it?

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* 3. Research shows that there are a number of factors which make people more likely to commit crime. Looking at the list below, what types of support do you think are most important in stopping people from committing crime?

PLEASE SELECT A MAXIMUM OF 5 PRIORTIES

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* 4. Thinking of the list of support needs in question 3, are you aware of any services that are helping to stop people from committing crime in your local area?

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* 5. What more do you think needs to be done to stop people from committing crime in your local area?

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* 6. How would you or your organisation be able to support or help people in the community from becoming involved in crime?

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* 7. Unpaid Work (Community Payback) is one way that Courts can sentence people who have committed a crime. Do you have any ideas on the types of Unpaid Work you’d like to see in Midlothian?

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* 8. Any other comments?

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