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Updates on programme engagement and participation.
LSANI circular 'LSA 11-22 - Implementation of inactivity prompts in the legal aid management system' advises all practitioners of the approach the Legal Services Agency (the Agency) will take to ensure that inactive cases on LAMS are closed.
Language Line Solutions guidance on how to access a telephone interpreter
Booking Form For Interpreting Services Non LAMS Emergency Authority
LSANI circular 'LSA 10-22 - Change of telephone translation and written translation providers' notifies practitioners of a new provider for telephone translation and written translation and sets out how these services should be requested and authorised
LSANI guidance - the Language Line sets out the steps which should be taken by suppliers when seeking to make a request for telephone translation using The Language Line.
Guidance on making requests for written translation requests using The Language Room.
LSANI guidance - the Language Room sets out the steps which should be taken by suppliers when seeking to make a request for written translation of documents using The Language Room.
The Inspire Pilot is commencing within Laganside Courts on 29 November 2022 to provide advocacy services to court users.
Northern Ireland Victim and Witness Survey Privacy Notice.
Adult and Youth Reoffending in Northern Ireland (2019/20 Cohort) Statistics.
Conclusion of Domestic Homicide Review - Amy
A summary report on a review carried out by a Domestic Homicide Review Panel.
Year One Progress Report - Forensic Services Strategy 2021-26
Details of car parking near Legal Services Agency new address at Ann street, Belfast
Outcome of the consultation on policy proposals for new provisions to tackle organised crime in Northern Ireland.
LSANI circular 'LSA 09-22 - LSANI Relocation to Ann Street' notifies that the Legal Services Agency Northern Ireland will be relocating from Waterfront Plaza to a new premises on 15 November 2022.
The eligibility and other requirements for appointment as a Notary Public in Northern Ireland are prescribed in Order 107, Rule 9 of the Rules of the Court of Judicature (NI) 1980 as set out in the document below.
The Department of Justice is seeking to appoint a minimum of 9 members to the Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) for Northern Ireland. The role of an IMB member is to monitor the treatment of prisoners and the conditions of their imprisonment.
This guidance has been developed in conjunction with key voluntary and statutory partners and published by the Department of Justice as statutory guidance under section 17 of the Protection from Stalking Act (Northern Ireland) 2022.