Consultation feedback from stakeholders on the Youth Justice Agency's draft Corporate Plan 2013-16.
In March 2013, the Lord Chief Justice in England and Wales proposed to the Lord Chancellor that there be a “moratorium”, which would protect the position of potential claimants without requiring them to present their claims.
The Department of Justice (DOJ), together with its statutory and voluntary sector partners represented on the Victim and Witness Steering Group is developing a new five year strategy for victims and witnesses of crime.
This bulletin documents the results from the organised crime module in the January 2013 Northern Ireland Omnibus Survey.
This Charter outlines Youth Justice Agency commitment to victims of crime committed by young people who we are working with.
This circular sets out how AccessNI will consider applications for Enhanced checks in respect of volunteers from 3 May 2013.
The role of the Prison Service Pay Review Body is to provide independent advice on the remuneration of governing governors and operational managers, prison officers and support grades in the England and Wales Prison Service.
A regular Youth Justice Agency publication to raise awareness of the work of the Agency amongst stakeholders.
Reference LSC 11-13 – advises practitioners of new procedures to be followed when prior authority is required to engage the services of an expert, with effect from 07 May 2013, in criminal cases only; and also includes the corresponding form and guidance.
This circular sets out the new AccessNI policy in terms of how complaints and disputes will be handled.
Freedom of information request and disclosure relating to how much it costs per year, on average to keep someone in prison.
Freedom of information request disclosure relating to telephone and internet services fixed line and WAN.
Freedom of information request and disclosure relating to square metres space available per prisoner. Prison population per prison.
This circular is an update of ANI Circular 1/2013 and will inform you of the current position in respect of AccessNI’s Basic and standard / enhanced disclosure application forms.
Customer service guide relating to prison visits scheme and contribution towards travel costs.
Freedom of information request disclosure relating to the costs for prisoner’s private telephone calls.
This update presents the most recent statistics on the level of public confidence in policing and the criminal justice system in Northern Ireland as well as public perceptions of anti-social behaviour.
AccessNI has established a small group of representatives from Registered Bodies to discuss preparations for the introduction of imminent and planned change initiatives. This Forum meets 3-4 times a year.
This circular is to inform you of the changes to AccessNI’s basic and standard / enhanced disclosure application forms.
Circular LSC 09-13 – First tier tribunal appeals advises that with effect from 20 March 2013, it is no longer a prerequisite for practitioners to submit evidence of an appeal date in their application for legal aid, for appeals to the first tier tribunal immigration and