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Highland Community Justice Partnership

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The Highland Third Sector Interface hosts the post of the Partnership Manager on behalf of The Highland Community Justice Partnership, which is a sub-group of the Highland Community Planning Partnership (CPP) and has been running since April 2017.

Position Statement


The Community Justice (Scotland) Act 2016 (“the Act”) requires community justice partners to produce a Community Justice Outcomes Improvement Plan (CJOIP) for each local authority area, outlining how they intend to work together to reduce reoffending. Partners must report annually on progress against locally and nationally determined outcomes. 

The position statement document is available to view by clicking the button below:

Community Justice Plan 2018 - 21


The Community Justice Plan 2018-21 and the subsequent Addendum 2021-22 expired in March 2022. 

Annual Report 2021 - 2022

The Community Justice Annual Report for 2021 - 2022 is now available to view by clicking the button below:

Highland Community Justice Forums

Forums are hosted quarterly throughout the year, with a mix of in-person and virtual events. The Community Justice Third Sector Forum is open to all third sector organisations throughout Highland who have an interest in community justice, this might include working with those who have offended, or those who have been affected by crime.

Visit our Membership Platform to see when the next Forum is taking place below:


Project Profile

Project Title: Community Justice


Purpose and goal of project: To reduce offending and reoffending in Highland


How I do this work: Through partnership collaboration, identify new ways of working to help mitigate the causes and triggers of offending.


Partnership Manager

Margaret McShane

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