Statistical quality in the Department of Justice is defined as meeting users’ needs with particular reference to the relevance, accuracy, timeliness, accessibility, comparability and coherence of the statistics collected, analysed and reported.
The Department of Justice aims to avoid the need for revisions to publications unless they are absolutely necessary and has put systems and processes in place to minimise the number of revisions.
The restatement sets out the exemptions from the statutory charge to include the recovery or preservation of money or property under the given legislative provisions.
Sets out the costs payable to solicitors and counsel in respect of work done for a person granted free legal aid, under section 184 of the Extradition Act 2003, determined by the appropriate authority in accordance with those rules.
Department of Justice, Statistics and Research Branch – Customer Service and Engagement Statement
Guidance on the Vetting and Barring Scheme, which aims to protect children and vulnerable adults by ensuring that people who are judged to present a risk of harm are not allowed to work with them.
The Prison and Young Offenders Centre Rules (Northern Ireland) 1995 amended.
This bulletin examines the size and composition of the prison population in Northern Ireland in 2009 compared with previous years during the last decade (2000 to 2009).
A report of a conference hosted jointly by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and the Youth Justice Agency to raise awareness of the communication support needs of young offenders within the criminal justice system in Northern Ireland.
This report examines recent youth justice reform in Northern Ireland, focussing particularly on the operation and outcomes of the Youth Conference Service, which is part of the Youth Justice Agency of Northern Ireland.
This 1977 Order introduces the mechanisms for applying for compensation in relation to property. This Order was amended in 2009.
This Scheme provides for the payment of compensation to, or in respect of, persons who have sustained criminal injury.
Legal Services Commission guidance on the submission, processing and decision-making in respect of applications for exceptional legal aid under Article 10A of the Legal Aid, Advice and Assistance (Northern Ireland) Order 1981.
Report of an independent review of corporate governance in the Youth Justice Agency - conducted by Criminal Justice Inspection NI (CJINI).
The Youth Justice Agency framework for reducing re-offending is based on the principles of restorative justice.
Northern Ireland Legal Needs Survey report and statistical annex that was completed by Tony Dignan on behalf of the Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission. The overall aim of the research was to enable the Commission to inform itself about the need for legal serv
Issued to the Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission under Article 8 of the Access to Justice (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 to explain the purpose and intentions of the Government in respect of the provision in Article 10A of the Legal Aid, Advice and Assistance (Northern
This circular sets out the arrangements by which sentenced prisoners, coming towards the end of their sentence, may apply for periods of temporary release.
Expert witnesses scales of guidance document, issued by the Crown Prosecution Service, setting out the maximum rates payable for expert witnesses, applicable from 1 May 2003.
This Order sets out the rules for the implementation for criminal injuries in Northern Ireland 2002.