Family justice system

Research and statistics

28 results that are All research and statistics, sorted by Updated (newest)
  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: April to June 2021

    Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Children's Order bulletin April to June 2021

    This bulletin provides information on throughput of Children Order business in Northern Ireland across the Magistrates' (Family Proceedings Courts), County (Family Care Centre) and High Courts. This bulletin covers the …

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: January to March 2021

    Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: October to December 2020

    Quarterly and annual data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Exploring the feasibility of a UK child safety survey

    Findings from the first phase of research to understand whether a new survey to measure the current extent and nature of child abuse in the UK is viable.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: July to September 2020

    Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: April to June 2020

    Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: January to March 2020

    Volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: October to December 2019

    Quarterly and annual data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: July to September 2019

    Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: April to June 2019

    Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: January to March 2019

    Quarterly data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Family Court Statistics Quarterly: October to December 2018

    Quarterly and annual data on the volume of cases dealt with by family courts over time, with statistics also broken down for the main types of case involved.

  • Review of the youth justice system

    An interim and final report from the review of the youth justice system and the government's response.

  • Use of experts in family law

    Understanding the processes for commissioning experts and the contribution they make to the family court

  • Family Justice Research Bulletin 6: 17 December 2015

    A summary of the findings of recent research relevant to family justice.

  • The varying paths to justice

    Mapping problem resolution routes for users and non-users of the civil, administrative and family justice systems.

  • Family justice review: special guardianship orders

    Research on the effect of the family justice review on the use of special guardianship orders (SGOs).

  • Local justice reinvestment pilot: process evaluation report

    This is the final report on the process evaluation of the local justice reinvestment (LJR) pilot.

  • Process evaluation of the private law children cases expert evidence pilot

    This report gives findings on the evaluation of the pilot to fund DNA, drug and alcohol tests in private law children cases.