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 2014-15 [217kb]

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

Community Justice Authorities: National Work

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Women's Serivces In Glasgow

Women - Where to go for advice, support and information in the Glasgow area. pdf icon Women's Services in Glasgow [1Mb]

Accessing information

For more details about what information Glasgow CJA holds and publishes, have a look at this guide:pdf icon Guide to Information [44kb]

GCJA March Board Papers

22 March 2016 Board Papers here to read: pdf icon Board Papers 22 March 2016 [2Mb]

Electronic Monitoring Update

Glasgow CJA have commissioned a piece of work to understand electronic monitoring, this piece of action research will focus on Glasgow and is led by KSO Research.  To see what has been done so far read our newsletter here: pdf icon Electronic Monitoring [225kb]

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