Prisoner Support Pathway
The Turning Point Scotland/HMP Kilmarnock Prisoner Support Pathway is a joint initiative which operates within HMP Kilmarnock to support short-term prisoners who will be resident in Ayrshire.
Service User Engagement
The Service User Engagement initiative is a research project undertaken by the University Of Strathclyde School Of Social Work and Social Policy, and the Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice.
Work has been undertaken locally to ‘reimagine custody’ and also looked at a local ‘whole system’ for women to make sure that it was robust enough to be ensure that local women would only go into custody if this was appropriate.
Let’s Just Talk… Justice!
This toolkit includes a mix of many different resources, from presentational material, pictures and posters to participative/interactive activities and conversation starters, one of the core components is to encourage communities to think about things differently and recognise the extremely positive contribution they can make.
The Ripple Effect
The Ripple Effect Toolkit was developed following a multi-agency victim awareness training day at HMP Kilmarnock delivered in partnership by the now defunct South West Scotland Community Justice Authority and Victim Support Scotland to a group of Serco prison officers, criminal justice social workers and Victim Support staff.
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