Glasgow Community Justice Authority is a partnership organisation responsible for reducing reoffending and creating safer communities.

We aim to reduce reoffending as well as improving outcomes for communities, offenders and the criminal justice system. To do this we have established a strong partnership across the city with those agencies who deliver high quality services that reduce the risk posed by offenders and to reduce their re-offending.

We want communities to be confident that we are managing the risks posed by individuals in our communities and are making Glasgow safer by working better together.


Information on MAPPA in Glasgow

 pdf icon MAPPA Annual Report 2013-2014 [211kb]

Find out about national work between all 8 Community Justice Authorities here:

Community Justice Authorities: National Work

New to Site:

Redesign of Community Justice - Scottish Government response published

The Scottish Government has now published its response to the findings from the latest consultation report on the Future Model for Community Justice in Scotland.  The full response is available (click here to view it: Future Model for Community Justice in Scotland - Scottish Government Response ) , along with a useful 'Frequently Asked Questions' document (click here to view it: Future Model for Community Justice - FAQs.)

New information pack about the Community Payback Order

The Glasgow CJA Communications Group has produced a useful information pack about the Community Payback Order, including details about all the available requirements.  You can find it on our publications page, or click here: pdf icon Glasgow CJA Community Payback Order Information Pack [724kb]

Our Partnership Area Plan for 2014-17

Our area plan page is being updated - soon it will tell you about our new plan and how we are taking this forward.  In the mean time you can view our plan by clicking here: pdf icon Glasgow Partnership Plan 2014-17 [676kb]

Accessing information

For more details about what information Glasgow CJA holds and publishes, have a look at this guide:word icon Glasgow CJA Information Guide [101kb]

Requesting Unpaid Work

Community Payback Orders can provide unpaid work which is of value to the community. It allows individuals to put something positive back into their communities, through hard work, and serves as an alternative to imprisonment.  Here you will find the information you need regarding current providers of Unpaid Work and how to request Unpaid Work. pdf icon Unpaid Work Request [77kb]