Link Up is making a significant contribution to the delivery of Scottish Government’s Justice Strategy by:
• Addressing the psycho-social factors that can cause individual criminal activity or increase the risk of unintentional harm.
• Giving individuals the support, confidence and skills to choose alternative life-courses.
• Building social connections & community trust, making people proud of where they live & supporting them to look out for each other.
• Stimulating community-led action to increase community resilience and development.
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In 2014, independent evaluator Matrix was commissioned to undertake a preliminary examination of the monetary value of the impact of the Link Up programme established by Inspiring Scotland. This report does not provide a full cost benefit analysis rather, it gives an indication of the potential economic value of a still-evolving programme.Read More