Community Justice Survey

Closed 20 Nov 2019

Opened 14 Oct 2019


The Community Justice Partnership in Falkirk wants to address the needs of people with convictions, victims and witnesses, families and communities. We want to safely and effectively manage and support people to realise their potential for the benefit of everyone. An important part of this work is addressing people’s needs to help them stop or reduce further offending, and helping people to integrate into their local community.

Community Justice includes the individuals, agencies and services that work together to support and manage people who have committed offences. This includes the Police, Falkirk Council, Prison Service, Fire and Rescue Service, NHS Forth Valley, Health Boards, Courts & Tribunals Service, Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal, Skills Development Scotland and the Third Sector.

We are currently reviewing our plan which sets out what we are trying to achieve and we want to include your views on Community Justice in your local community. Each set of questions relate to a principle that underpins the work of the Community Justice Partnership in Falkirk. Your feedback will be included in the draft plans we present to the Falkirk Community Planning Partnership.

For further information on how the information you provide will be used, please read our privacy notice

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  • All Areas


  • Professionals
  • Residents


  • Antisocial behaviour
  • Community safety
  • Crime
  • Homeless or at risk
  • Housing support
  • Jobs and training
  • Volunteering
  • Adult and community learning development
  • Offenders
  • People with addictions
  • People with mental health issues
  • Poverty and inequality