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The Service User Involvement : Thematic Review - Issue 1

Weaver, Elizabeth and Moodie, Kristina and Lightowler, Claire (2017) The Service User Involvement : Thematic Review - Issue 1. [Report]

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In this thematic review Beth Weaver, University of Strathclyde, Kristina Moodie, CYCJ, and Claire Lightowler, CYCJ, bring together findings so far to share what has been heard and learnt from the people who took part in interviews conducted in 2016, that informed the development of the three community justice coproduction councils or groups: People’s Involvement Networking Group (PING, South Ayrshire), Making A Difference (M.A.D, North Ayrshire) and Community Voices Network (CVN, East Ayrshire). This is the first paper from a two year project and it is hoped it might be a useful starting point for people in other areas who are thinking about what ‘service user involvement’ or ‘co-production’ might mean or look like in community justice.