Engaging the Community

A guiding principle for the Partnership, running through our programmes, is community engagement – actively involving members of the community in influencing and driving the way services are delivered.  Our work draws on community development values, and the importance of sustainable solutions to community safety problems – this concept has been central to a number of our key projects.

Creating Confidence in Justice – A Short History

Creating Confidence in Justice (CCJ) was a two-year project funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation’s Rethinking Crime and Punishment initiative. The project finished in December 2004 and preceded the Making […]

Justice Seen, Justice Done

Confidence Through Collaboration An event in January 2010 saw the launch of a web-based training and implementation scheme supporting Unpaid Work in the community. This followed on from the findings […]

Making Good – A Short History

The Making Good project , which commenced in 2005 was based on the notion that giving local people the means to choose Unpaid Work by offenders in their area is […]

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