Guidance

Crown dependencies: Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man

The Ministry of Justice facilitates communication between the crown dependencies and the UK government.

Documents

Keeling Schedule: The Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) (Isle of Man) Order 2010

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Keeling Schedule: The Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) (Jersey) Order 2010

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Keeling Schedule: The Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) (Guernsey) Order 2009

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Report from the Committee of Council for the Affairs of Jersey and Guernsey, 13 July 2011

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Fact sheet on the UK’s relationship with the Crown Dependencies

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Annex A - How To Note: Extension of UK primary legislation to the Crown Dependencies

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Annex B - How to note on the extension of international instruments to the Crown Dependencies

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Annex C - How to note on dealing with requests from the Crown Dependencies to extend the UK's ratification of international instruments

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Detail

The crown dependencies are not part of the UK and have their own directly elected legislative assemblies, administrative, fiscal and legal systems and courts of law. They are not represented in the UK parliament and UK legislation rarely extends to them.

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) help the crown dependencies communicate with the UK government. We process the crown dependencies’ legislation for royal assent and consult with the Islands on extending UK legislation to them. We are also involved in recommending key crown appointments in the islands.

In consultation with the islands, we have produced a fact-sheet and ‘How to’ notes on working with the crown dependencies.