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There are eight Community Justice Authorities in Scotland, which commenced on 1st April 2007. The Lothian and Borders Community Justice Authority covers the five council areas of West Lothian, Scottish Borders, City of Edinburgh, Mid Lothian and East Lothian.

The purpose of the Community Justice Authority is to reduce reoffending.

Our priorities are:

  1. Prolific offenders
  2. High risk offenders
  3. Women in the justice system
  4. Young people in the justice system
  5. Families affected by imprisonment
    .

For our Policy Statement on delivery of our statutory and regulatory obligations click here.

For our guide to information click here.

For our policy on our commitment to public sector equality duties click here.

 

Community Justice Authority Scotland




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