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***NEW*** MAPPA Annual Reports 2015/16

Both Fife and Forth Valley MAPPA Annual Reports 2015/16 published today (Friday 28th October).


These can be found under "Our Publications Tab" - "MAPPA Annual Reports".


Fife & Forth Valley CJA Annual Report 201516

We are delighted to publish our Annual Report for 2015/16. This year has been especially busy for us in assisting our partners in the transition arrangements for the new community justice structure. Through the work of the CJA and our partners, we have successfully reduced the reconviction rates in our area. Through financial assistance from the Scottish Government, we have supported new services for women at risk of offending across all four of our local authority areas. 

We are maintaining excellent working relationships with all our partners as we move further into the transition of community justice and intend to sustain this support until we are disestablished at the end of March 2017.

We wish to take this opportunity of thanking all our partners for the support they continue to give the CJA and look forward to the continued working relationship throughout the rest of 2016/17. 

Our Annual Report can be found under our Publications Tab.


Reducing Reoffending Briefings 2015/16

Our latest (& last!) copies of the Reducing Reoffending Briefings for each of our local authority areas are now available under our "Publications" Tab.

If you wish any previous quarters which are not published on this page then please get in touch with the PPC Officer via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Community Justice Strategy & OPI Framework

The most recent copies of the new Community Justice Strategy, National Outcomes Performance & Improvement Framework and FAQ are available under our "publications' tab - Scottish Government Publications folder. These documents are for the attention of all our Board members and partners.


Electronic Monitoring Event

 Fife & Forth Valley CJA hosted, on behalf of the Scottish Government, an event on Electronic Monitoring:

"Making Effective Use of Electronic Monitoring"

 This was held on Tuesday 8th March 2016 at 11:30am at the Scottish Prison College, Newlands Road, Falkirk FK2 0DE, after our FFV CJA Board.

The event was well attended by partners with our own Board Member, Councillor Dave Dempsey 'volunteering' to have one of the latest models of 'tag' fitted to his ankle! 

Discussions took place in groups, facilitated by Scottish Government, on the future use of electronic monitoring. The feedback from these sessions will help inform future policy and decision making. 



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