In a recent blog, we set out how we aim to deliver the remainder of our Reform Programme over the next 12 months. Here, Crime Programme Director, Daniel Flury, describes in more detail what this means for crime reform.
HMCTS CEO Nick Goodwin outlines adjustments to the Reform Programme to boost efficiency and functionality of our existing technology, as well as provide a more consistent and reliable service for public and professional users.
Crime Programme Director, Daniel Flury, shares an update on the implementation of Automated Track Case Management.
This year marks 58 years since Brian began working within the courts service. To celebrate the occasion, we sat down with him to find out more about his career and achievements.
Ever wondered what happens behind the scenes in our criminal courts? Find out about our new campaign 'Inside the Criminal Courts' which will see our colleagues share their own personal stories and experiences from working within justice.
Legislative changes to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act now allow British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters to enter the jury deliberation room as a thirteenth person. We caught up with Karen, who made history last year at Croydon Crown Court becoming the first deaf person to complete jury service.
Nick Goodwin, CEO of HMCTS, provides an update on the progress and performance within our criminal courts.
Last week’s attendance at United Nations (UN) and Council of Europe events provided a global platform for HMCTS to share knowledge, challenges and learning from countries with shared ambitions for modernising justice systems.
We’ve launched animated video guides to support children going to court and improve the experience for the most vulnerable.
A behind-the-scenes look at the work that went into the landmark sitting of the Supreme Court in Manchester.