The purpose of this notice is to explain to data subjects how and why we collect and record personal information about them.
The Northern Ireland Prison Service (NIPS) Suicide and Self Harm Prevention Policy aims to identify vulnerable prisoners at risk of self harm or suicide, and provide the necessary support and care to minimise the harm an individual may cause to himself or herself throughout th
This Policy must be read in conjunction with the Standard Operating Procedures for the Safe Use and Custody of Hoffman Cut Down Knives, the Northern Ireland Prison Service Security Manual and the Suicide & Self Harm Prevention Policy.
Our report sets out the context and evidence in Chapter 2. We were mindful of the wider changes impacting on the Service and its workforce, ranging from the devolution of policing and justice and the associated commissioning of a major review of its management.
This plan has been developed in consultation with staff in the Service, and with many of our partner organisations.
This information charter sets out the standards that you can expect from the Department of Justice (NI) (DoJ) when we request or hold information (including but not limited to personal data) about you.
The Department of Justice (DoJ) is fully committed to complying with the terms and principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 (the Act) which came into force on 1 March 2000.
This is a new and critical era for NIPS and one which will fundamentally transform the Service from end to end, for the benefit of staff, prisoners and the wider society.
ICT expenditure & budget information 20/10/11 - 2012/13
Autumn 2011: Volume Three edition of the Digest of Information on the Northern Ireland criminal justice system.
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.
The review team were appointed by the Minister of Justice, David Ford MLA, in September 2010 to review access to justice in Northern Ireland, including criminal and civil legal aid, with a particular emphasis on alternative approaches to resolving disputes and securing value f
Freedom of information request and disclosure relating to the websites that are blocked to the prison population.
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 both organised crime and anti-social behaviour.
Mrs Sunita Mason has presented, to the Minister, Part One and two of her review of the criminal record disclosure system for employment vetting in Northern Ireland.
This bulletin analyses the subsequent two-year reconviction rates of those adults (defined as those aged 18 or over) who received a non-custodial sentence or were released from prison in 2005.
The key aim of the evaluation is to assess the Inspire Women’s Project in relation to its key objectives: to provide a woman-centred approach; to provide women offenders with a framework within which they can address their offending behaviour and complex needs; to establ
This note is intended to assist bus hire and service operators to prepare for the commencement and working of section 40 of the Justice Act (NI) 2011.
The purpose of this guidance note is to assist sports authorities to prepare for the commencement and operation of the sports law provisions of the Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 and specifically sections 35 to 40, section 50 and schedule 3 of the Act.
Northern Ireland Prison Service Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2011