Ministry of Justice (MOJ)
Details of vacancies and where to apply to be a magistrate in your area.
A guide to applying for compensation under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme.
Explains the difference between spent and unspent convictions, outlines which convictions must be declared when applying for jobs and any exceptions.
How to apply to become a magistrate, with questions to ask yourself before applying and details of how the recruitment process works.
Filtering identifies and removes protected convictions and cautions so that they are not disclosed on a DBS certificate.
Code of practice governing services to be provided in England and Wales to victims of criminal conduct which occurred in England and Wales.
Revenge Porn: sharing private sexual materials with intent to cause distress
The ‘Guide to coroner services' is primarily for bereaved people but others involved in or affected by a coroner investigation or attending a coroner’s inquest may also find it helpful.
Guidance to help commercial organisations understand the sorts of procedures they can put in place to prevent bribery.
The agreement between HMPPS, the National Police Chief’s Council and the CPS on the referral, investigation and prosecution of crimes committed in prisons.
Revised Code of Practice governing disclosure of unused material in criminal cases, now awaiting Parliamentary approval.
A guide to applying for a payment from the Hardship Fund.
Offending behaviour programmes and interventions currently available for offenders in England and Wales.
Assess and manage the risks posed by sexual and violent offenders: guidance for the police, prison service and probation trusts.
A draft remedial order to amend section 1A of the Fatal Accidents Act 1976 to allow an award of bereavement damages to a new category of claimant.
What to do if you are involved in a family law dispute (including divorce and child maintenance) with someone living in the EU after Brexit.
The Victim Personal Statement gives victims an opportunity to explain how the crime has affected them, physically, emotionally, psychologically, financially or in any other way.
How to claim compensation yourself or if using a claims management company, check they're authorised, your rights and their obligations.
Guidance for judges, defence lawyers and prosecutors on accessing the professional Wi-Fi network in criminal courts in England and Wales.
Get help with prison visits with the Assisted Prison Visits Scheme.
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