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Community Safety In Scotland September 2014. NATIONAL DRIVERS National Performance Framework Concordat for LA Funding; 16 National outcomes Outcome 9-

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1 Community Safety In Scotland September 2014

2 NATIONAL DRIVERS National Performance Framework Concordat for LA Funding; 16 National outcomes Outcome 9- We live our lives safe from crime, disorder and danger Christie Commission on the future delivery of public services Services built around people and communities Working together to achieve outcomes Prioritising prevention, reducing inequalities and promoting equality Improving performance and reducing costs Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012 Local Plans and ward plans Changes to scrutiny The Justice Strategy for Scotland 12 priorities to encompass all people and organisations in the public, third and private sectors that work and interact to keep communities safe and to deliver justice in its various forms - civil, criminal and administrative. Building Safer Communities Programme Phase I – is to reduce crime Phase II – is to reduce injury A vision for Scottish neighbourhoods in 2020

3 Justice Strategy Reducing crime, in particular violent and serious organised crime Reducing harmful impact of drugs and alcohol use Preventing offending by young people Reducing re-offending Increasing public confidence and reducing fear of crime Reducing the harm from fires and other emergencies Tackling hate crime and sectarianism Strengthening engagement and resilience Transforming civil and administrative justice Widening access to justice and advancing law reform Enhanced efficiency Supporting victims and witnesses

4 NATIONAL DRIVERS National Performance Framework Concordat for LA Funding; 16 National outcomes Outcome 9- We live our lives safe from crime, disorder and danger Christie Commission on the future delivery of public services Services built around people and communities Working together to achieve outcomes Prioritising prevention, reducing inequalities and promoting equality Improving performance and reducing costs Police and Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012 Local Plans and ward plans Changes to scrutiny The Justice Strategy for Scotland 12 priorities to encompass all people and organisations in the public, third and private sectors that work and interact to keep communities safe and to deliver justice in its various forms - civil, criminal and administrative. Building Safer Communities Programme Phase I – is to reduce crime Phase II – is to reduce injury A vision for Scottish neighbourhoods in 2020

5 Building Safer Communities Programme Vision Is of a flourishing, optimistic Scotland in which resilient communities, families and individuals live safe from crime disorder and danger. Approach Crime has fallen sharply across Scotland but not equally. We want to reduce inequality and drive improvement by building on the strengths, assets and resilience of communities.

6 Building Safer Communities Programme Primary DriversSecondary Drivers More CPP’s operate in line with the 4 pillars of public service reform and SOA Guidance CPPs supported with guidance, training, advice and a forum for sharing good practice. Communities= more resilient, empowered, engaged; solve problems and set boundaries Communities are supported to harness their strengths by services that know how to do it Action that prevents harm is prioritised; more resources are targeted on prevention Agencies share data, pool resources and co- ordinate activity around prevention Behaviour of those at risk of causing harm is moderated and their potential is developed Tailored education and early intervention initiatives are delivered where needed Service delivery is more holistic and focuses on what works best to reduce crime Evidence of what works is kept up to date and is accessible to practitioners

7 So what are SCSN doing? represent the sector at a national level and advocate on behalf of the sector develop practical guidance and toolkits support the sector to evidence the value, cost benefits and impact of community safety provide legislative and policy briefing papers facilitate research and build a strong evidence base provide networking opportunities and facilitate events and forums which increase members capacity provide training and continuous professional development opportunities

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