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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
This is the "Spring 2011 - Volume Two" edition of the Digest of Information on the Northern Ireland criminal justice system.
This statement sets out the Youth Justice Agency’s operational arrangements for giving Ministers and their briefing officials’ pre-release access to official statistics once they are in their final form prior to publication.
This statement describes the administrative/ management sources which the Youth Justice Agency currently use to produce official statistics, differentiating between those sources which are owned and managed by the Agency and those administered or managed by other organisations
In April 2010, the Department of Justice commissioned a research team from Queen's University Belfast and the NSPCC to undertake a study on the experiences of young witnesses giving evidence in courts in Northern Ireland in order to inform policy and practice in this juris
PPE guidance document which sets out the criteria surrounding PPE.
The Digest draws on information from a variety of sources, including government departments, statutory agencies and non-statutory organisations.
Summary of responses. The Bribery Act 2010 (which extends to Northern Ireland) introduces a new corporate offence of failure to prevent bribery by people working on its behalf.
This bulletin is based on the third administration of the Northern Ireland Victim and Witness Survey covering the year 2010/11.
This bulletin draws on findings from the 2009/10 Northern Ireland Crime Survey (NICS), a representative, continuous, personal interview survey of the experiences and perceptions of crime of 4,102 adults living in private households throughout Northern Ireland.
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 the perceived level of harm caused by organised crime.
The Department of Justice supports the Minister of Justice in building a fair, just and safer society and is responsible for the resourcing, legislative and policy framework of the justice system.
An interim report by the Prison Review Team into the conditions, management and oversight of all prisons.
The VBS had been created to help safeguard children and vulnerable adults, following the Bichard Inquiry and was designed to check the records of those who wanted to work with vulnerable groups.
Minister of Justice David Ford MLA makes a statement to the Assembly on the progress that has been made against the actions set out in Section One of the Hillsborough Agreement of February 2010, entitled Policing and Justice.
This guidance is for applicants for civil legal aid and explains what you might have to pay towards your legal aid if you win or keep money or property as a result of your case.
The proposal for this modest change to the law to make offenders from jurisdictions outside the UK automatically obliged to notify their personal details to the police within three days of arrival in Northern Ireland was requested by the police, largely in the context of coope