Criminal Justice

Tish Richford
01343 557206

Criminal Justice - The Moray Council

The target group is 16+

Stage 1 - young person made subject to a statutory order from court or subject to diversion via fiscal service. At this point a risk/needs assessment will be undertaken and a case management plan produced.

Stage 2 - risk/needs assessment will identify areas of work to be undertaken during statutory supervision. If  lack of employment/education is linked to offending then this will be addressed through a referral to  a relevant other agency i.e. employment support. At this point we would also identify those who meet the criteria for activity agreements.

Stage 3 - We would also support a young person by addressing other risk/needs factors (i.e. alcohol/drug use, peer associates etc) in order to increase the likelihood of them gaining/sustaining employment.

Stage 5 - if young person is in work then we would support them by addressing other risks/needs factors in order to increase the likelihood of maintaining employment. They will be supported in this way until their statutory supervision, that is, Community Payback Order/Diversion is complete.

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