The Safer Communities Team is keen to hear your feedback on the plan, especially your insight on the following areas:
Is the plan clear in what it sets out to achieve?
Is it ambitious enough?
Is there anything missing?
Can you think of anything that would strengthen the plan?
If you would like to submit feedback on the plan, please e-mail your response to [email protected] by no later than Thursday 22 April 2021.
Key points in the plan include:
This plan is only part of Fife’s ongoing activity to reduce offending and reoffending. It complements and supports work that is done by individual community justice as well wider Community Planning partners. It is important to note that this plan, in no way covers all the work of Fife's Community Justice partners.
The ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has had an unprecedented and all-encompassing effect on all aspects of community justice and there remain several unknowns within the frontline justice system in terms of recovery. This is reflected in the decision to create a streamlined plan, covering 12 months only.
Whilst the detail noted within the original plan around trauma/inequalities/reflecting need of those harmed by offences is not similarly detailed here, these themes remain as important to local CJ partners, with activity reflecting this.
This plan recognises the role of CJ partners in influencing the work of other strategic partnerships/local services in ensuring that the needs of those with community justice experience are being recognised and addressed. A key aim is to encourage others to ‘think with community justice in mind’.