ROC

SCOTLAND

People of goodwill working together for safer, kinder communities.

About Us

ROC’s main aim is to bring about community transformation by creating strategic partnerships between statutory agencies, voluntary groups and churches. These partnerships form new volunteer-led projects that address a variety of social needs.

We have over 120 active partnership projects, and many more at the planning and enquiry stage, meeting a variety of social needs. Could our model help you to reach your community?

Projects

ROC Tollcross

Ongoing work from the ROC Conversation in Tollcross  is resulted in the launch of the Tollcross Community Action Network (TCAN).

ROC Craigmillar

Links worked with ROC to host a ROC Conversation in Craigmillar Library.

ROC Dunfermline

ROC Scotland partnered with Headwell Nazarene Church in north west Dunfermline to host a ROC Conversation.

ROC Cafe´ Parkhead

The emphasis at the ROC Café Parkhead is on building relationships with the young people and between agencies.

ROC Whiteinch

Recent community consultations in Whiteinch have been helpful in identifying issues facing the community.

Endorsements

“It was clear from our discussion that through the work it does, ROC in Scotland shares the Scottish Government’s commitment to achieving social change by empowering individuals and communities, as these are the people who are best placed to make the decisions that affect their lives.”

Minister for Local Government and Community Empowerment, Marco Biagi

“A greater sense of community spirit can go a long way towards crime and disorder reduction and I applaud their efforts.”

Jo Swinson, MP East Dunbartonshire

“I am delighted that Scotland Police Service is associated with Redeeming Our Communities. The organisation has a great track record of bringing churches, communities and organisations like the police together to keep people safe and help find solutions all across the UK. Redeeming Our Communities’ message is a simple one: together we are stronger.”

Sir Stephen House QPM, Chief Constable – Police Scotland

‘The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service are delighted to be involved with Redeeming Our Communities. Their work has already proved to very successful in bringing a range of partner organisations together to deliver positive outcomes for communities. The Fire and Rescue Service welcomes the chance to work closely with the organisation to enhance partnership working and improve the safety of our communities’

Peter Murray, Assistant Chief Officer – Scottish Fire and Rescue (East Scotland)

Contact Us

Interested in having a ROC Conversation?
We’d love to hear from you if you are interested in having a ROC Conversation in your community. Email us for more information on how to get started.