Statistics on criminal and civil courts, the judiciary and some associated offices in England and Wales.
Earlier editions: Judicial and court statistics (annual) 2010
The Judicial and Court Statistics for 2012 has been incorporated into Court Statistics Quarterly (January to March 2013), which can be found here.
Statistics on criminal and civil courts, the judiciary and some associated offices in England and Wales for whose administration the Ministry of Justice is responsible.
They also cover the work of some associated offices including the Office of the Public Guardian and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
Statistics relating to Northern Ireland courts are available separately from the Northern Ireland Court Service.
In addition to Ministry of Justice professional and production staff, pre-release access to the provisional court statistics of up to 24 hours is granted to the following postholders:
Ministry of Justice: Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Permanent Secretary, Head of Analytical Services, Head of Corporate Performance Group, Head of Finance, Chief Executive of the Legal Services Commission, Head of Civil Justice Policy, Deputy Director of Neighborhood Justice and Transparency, Senior Policy Advisor on Parenting and Family Justice Division, Policy Manager of Family Justice, Deputy Director of Tribunals, Deputy Director Crime (magistrates), Head of Private Law Branch in Family Law and Justice Division, Deputy Director of Criminal Trials and Judicial Policy, Press office
Her Majesty’s Court Service: Chief Executive, Director of Strategy, Head of Performance and Analysis, Director of Crime, Director of Enforcement, Head of Family Operations, Deputy Director of Civil and Family, Head of Special and Cross-cutting Tribunals, Project Manager of CJS Efficiency, Policy Officer in Crime Directorate (Magistrates)