You may find the following links to other criminal justice organisations, services and sites useful:
A specialist organisation working with people with criminal convictions or at risk of committing offences, to reduce re-offending, promote desistance, tackle deprivation and make communities safer.
Support for mothers and fathers at risk of imprisonment, pre and post release from prison, and their families in the community.
The national agency responsible for promoting world-leading standards of community justice across Scotland.
A collaboration of voluntary sector organisations working in criminal justice in Scotland.
An independent national charity in Scotland, offering support and information to families affected by imprisonment.
Holds statutory responsibility for the regular inspection and monitoring of prison conditions and the treatment of prisoners.
A network of civil society organisations who work together to protect and promote a human rights based society in Scotland.
The independent tribunal non-departmental public body with responsibility for parole decisions in Scotland.
A community of interest which draws upon the shared lived experiences of people who are or have been subject to punishment.
A community justice organisation providing a wide range of services, including conflict resolution to prevent disputes escalating, and support for prisoners on release in Scotland.
A forum for all professional groups and individuals concerned with the issues raised by offending in Scotland, providing an opportunity for an exchange of views by its members, enabling them to explain their own problems and to appreciate the problems of others engaged in related fields.
An independent public body working on legal, policy and practical issues that affect people's human rights in Scotland.
A research and advocacy collective on Scottish imprisonment, comprising researchers at all stage of career and many with long-term, personal experience of imprisonment.
The agency of the Scottish Government responsible for the delivery of custodial and rehabilitation services across 13 publicly-funded and 2 privately-funded prisons in Scotland.
The independent public body which is responsible for the administration of the courts and tribunals of Scotland.
The cross-party Parliamentary Committee responsible for considering and reporting on matters within the responsibility of the Cabinet Secretary for Justice.
The cross-party Parliamentary Committee responsible for considering and reporting on matters relating to equal opportunities; human rights; and the prevention, elimination and regulation of discrimination in Scotland.