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Legal representatives will be aware that the Commission had “restated” the exemptions which updated obsolete legislative references contained in Regulation 17(9)(a) and (f) which refer to family legislation and social security benefits. 

Published 20 December 2010Guidance literature

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. 

Published 17 December 2010Research and analysis

This strategy is about building on existing practical and strategic co-operation, and identifying a number of key strands of work where both Services feel that co-operation and supporting legislation can become even stronger.

Published 10 December 2010Development plan/framework

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. 

Published 03 December 2010Research and analysis

This bulletin documents the results from a self-reporting module on drug misuse from the 2008/09 Northern Ireland Crime Survey (NICS).

Published 03 December 2010Research and analysis

This report contains two papers; the first looks at the cost of crime to the Northern Ireland economy and the second examines possible ways of assessing how these costs of crime impact directly on government departments.

Published 03 November 2010Research and analysis

Autumn 2010: Volume One edition of the Digest of Information on the Northern Ireland criminal justice system.

Published 26 October 2010Research and analysis

The consultation paper set out proposals for the introduction of a statutory offender levy system to Northern Ireland, involving the imposition of a monetary sum on certain sentences handed down by the courts and on voluntarily accepted non-court based penalties, such as fixed

Published 04 October 2010Consultation reports

This review was initiated on 30th June by the Director of Operations (NIPS). The Ombudsman investigated two representative cases arising from complaints in relation to Roe House Maghaberry.

Published 30 September 2010Corporate reports

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.

Published 10 September 2010Research and analysis

Statutory special measures to assist vulnerable and intimidated witnesses give their best evidence in criminal proceedings.

Published 01 September 2010Consultation reports

This guide explains what restorative justice is and demonstrates how it has impacted upon young people who have had the experience of taking part in it.

Published 31 August 2010Guidance literature

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.

Published 06 August 2010Research and analysis

Rankings, band averages and total payments made to solicitors and barristers.

Published 15 June 2010Corporate reports

Rankings, band averages and total payments made to solicitors and barristers.

Published 15 June 2010Corporate reports

If someone close to you has been killed, or if you are caring for someone bereaved in this way, this booklet aims to help.

Published 26 May 2010Guidance literature

The following statement is published in conformance with the Pre-release Access to Official Statistics Order (Northern Ireland) 2009 which was approved by the Northern Ireland Assembly under Section 11 of the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007.

Published 01 April 2010Research and analysis

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.
 

Published 01 April 2010Research and analysis

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.
 

Published 01 April 2010Policy papers

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. 

Published 31 March 2010Guidance literature

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