HMP Kilmarnock is a closed, high security establishment accommodating remand, short term and long term male adult prisoners and male young offender remand prisoners.
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Barnardo’s Court Screening Service supports women from police custody until completion of their court dates. The service is for women who reside within South Ayrshire and are not subject to a statutory order.
Police Scotland was established on 1 April 2013 and is responsible for policing across the whole of Scotland. Ayrshire Police Division is made up of three command areas – North Ayrshire, East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire.
The Desistance Officer is a new role established in September 2021 and is based within the Partnership Delivery Team.
The Shine Women’s Mentoring Service has been established for nine years in Ayrshire and operates on a pan-Ayrshire basis.
South Ayrshire Women’s Aid provide a confidential service that gives information, support and temporary accommodation to women and children who have experienced domestic abuse.
Venture Trust work with people experiencing difficult life circumstances including involvement in the justice system, substance misuse, homelessness, unemployment or many other challenges.
East Ayrshire Advocacy Service supports people in the community who have drug or alcohol issues as well as supporting men in prison within HMP Kilmarnock.
The Psychology and Interventions Team within HMP Kilmarnock support the roles of Offending Behaviour Group work Facilitators.