Wynne Keenan and Liz Olney talk about our plans to make it easier for users to find the forms they need by moving HMCTS forms to GOV.UK from 21 March 2018. We currently make a large number of court and tribunal published forms and guidance notes available through the form finder website. This is used by over 300,000 users each month, and has been online since 2004.
Customer experience and research
A blog post from Susan Acland-Hood in which she talks about what is planned on courts and tribunals reform over the next 18 months. This includes taking the things we’ve begun to develop so far and building them out further.
A blog post from Mike Brazier who work in HMCTS’s Accessibility and Inclusion Team. Mike talks about how his team is responsible for ensuring we help and support people who are not online make sure that they can also experience the benefits of using our online services.
A blog post from Liz Olney, Deputy Director for Customer Change and Innovation at HMCTS. Liz shares our recent work to transform our victim and witness rooms. We see over 156,000 individuals coming to court to give evidence each year and rely on evidence provided by victims and witnesses to support the carriage of justice. It’s important we provide the best environment so that individuals can present their cases well.
A blog from Susan Acland-Hood, the Chief Executive of HM Courts and Tribunals Service about looking at options to use court and tribunal buildings in a more flexible way, letting people have their cases heard outside the current traditional 10am to 4:30pm court day.
A blog post from Jo Nowakowska from HMCTS's new Customer Directorate. Jo explains how she is currently implementing an online complaints channel (Resolver) for HMCTS. Not only will this make it easier for our customers to submit a complaint but we’ll also be able to respond more effectively and deliver improvements to our customer services.
Hello, my name is Hywel Hughes and I’m Head of Welsh Language Services at HMCTS. As more and more of our services become available digitally, it’s important these services become equally accessible to those who wish to interact with us through the Welsh language.