How can we reduce offending in Midlothian?
The Midlothian Community Safety and Justice Partnership would like to hear from you as part of the spring 2019 Community Justice Consultation.
Community Justice is a way to prevent and reduce offending, helping everyone to feel safer in their communities and to lead positive lives.
We would like to know what you think are the main drivers of offending in Midlothian and how we can improve our services so that less people will become involved in or be affected by crime. We would also like you to tell us how we can support people with an offending history to make changes and give a positive contribution back to society.
Feedback will be used to help partners develop and deliver the outcomes outlined in the Midlothian Community Justice Outcomes Improvement Plan 2017-2020
Fill in the survey
Please complete the survey. Paper copies are available at council offices, libraries and leisure centres.
The consultation will close at midnight on Monday 17 June 2019.
Get in touch
If you would like more information or to request another format, please contact us:
- by email at [email protected]
- in writing to CSJP, Midlothian Council, Fairfield House, 8 Lothian Road, EH22 3AA
- by telephone at 0131 271 3862