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Freedom of information request and disclosure relating to any contracts and or service level agreements that exist between the NI Prison Service and Further Education Colleges for the provision of education services in prisons.
This bulletin is based on findings from the 2010/11 Northern Ireland Crime Survey (NICS).
This report summarises the main issues and proposes a solution that requires consideration by the Department of Justice and the Department for Employment and Learning.
The attached report is the Police Ombudsman's five-year Review Report on the working of Part VII of the Police (Northern Ireland) Act 1998.
The guidance is primarily aimed at police officers conducting visually recorded interviews with vulnerable and intimidated witnesses, those tasked with preparing and supporting such witnesses during the criminal justice process and those involved at the trial, both in supporti
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 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.
This guidance note covers the football banning order provisions of the Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 – sections 41 to 49, which together form Chapter 4 of Part 4 of the Act. Part 4 deals with Sport.
Relates to the applications for civil legal aid under Part II of the 1981 Order for specific proceedings under the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act 2011 and authorises the Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission as to how it may fund those proceedings.&nb
Review of the Northern Ireland criminal records regime by Sunita Mason, Independent Advisor for Criminality Information Management for England and Wales, consultation document, equality screening form and summary of responses.
This bulletin draws on findings from the 2010/11 Northern Ireland Crime Survey (NICS), a representative, continuous, personal interview survey of the experiences and perceptions of crime of 4,081 adults living in private households throughout Northern Ireland.
Freedom of information request and disclosure relating to minutes of meetings about market testing of peccs.
Freedom of information request and disclosure relating to ICT expenditure and budget information for the period 2011 to 2013.
Freedom of information request and disclosure relating to prompt payment to suppliers figures 2010 to 2011.
Freedom of information request disclosure relating to prisoner phone charges.
An effective prison system, capable of reducing crime, is crucial to creating a safer society in Northern Ireland, and this report begins by describing what such a system would look like and why.
This guidance is underpinned by the Gender-Specific Standards for Working with Women Prisoners in Northern Ireland which were published in November 2010
The standards signify a substantial commitment by the Northern Ireland Prison Service to addressing the gender specific needs of women prisoners.
The aim of the Northern Ireland Prison Service is to serve the community by keeping in secure, safe and humane custody those committed by the courts.
The Northern Ireland Prison Service, through our staff, serves the community by keeping in secure, safe and humane custody those committed by the courts.