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University of Hull has opened its doors as a ‘Nightingale Court’, joining the national effort to tackle the impact of coronavirus on the justice system.
Latest news about the Criminal Procedure Rules, the Criminal Practice Directions and the Rule Committee.
Secure video calls rolled out in all prisons in just over 6 months to maintain vital family contact.
The Lord Chancellor has today reassured Ofsted that immediate improvements are being made at Rainsbrook Secure Training Centre in Warwickshire, which is run by private contractor MTC.
Ofsted, HM Inspectorate of Prisons, and the Care Quality Commission triggered the urgent notification process for Rainsbrook Secure Training Centre on 18 December 2020.
Seeking views on proposals for amendments to the Fee-Paid Judicial Pension Scheme to provide for membership in respect of eligible fee-paid judicial service for periods before 7 April 2000, where judicial service continues u…
Latest prison population figures for 2021.
Official statistics release providing monthly data of COVID-19 in HM Prison and Probation Service in England and Wales.
HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) COVID-19 data covering the two week period up to the 11 January 2021.
Weekly HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) COVID-19 data.
Monthly statistics providing data of COVID-19 in HM Prison and Probation Service in England and Wales.
Guidance for legal professionals on the new rules for various areas of legal practice.
The Secretary of State has approved the appointment of 46 members, the extension of the tenure of appointment of 3 members and the reappointment of 48 members.
A thematic review action plan of the work of youth offending services during the COVID-19 pandemic in response to HM Inspectorate of Probation inspection.
The Lord Chancellor sets out how the government plans to support people with neurodivergent conditions such as autism and dyslexia, as well as those with acute mental health problems, within the criminal justice system.
Type and volume of cases received and processed through the criminal court system of England and Wales, including statistics on case timeliness. Also includes statistics on the use of language interpreter and translation ser…
Activity in the legal aid system for England and Wales, including criminal and civil legal aid and family mediation.
Type and volume of tribunal cases received, disposed of or outstanding, the number of gender recognition certificates.
Volume of civil and judicial review cases dealt with by the courts over time and the overall timeliness of these cases. Biannual data on privacy injunctions.
The Review will consider how the Human Rights Act is working in practice and whether any change is needed.
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