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.
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.
Interview with Paul Harris, HMCTS Director, Courts and Tribunals Operations - keeping and enhancing the best of the system.
An interview with Andy Cox, HMCTS Head of Estates Policy who talks about our estates strategy and having fewer, better buildings.
Interview with Rob Hack, HMCTS Head of External Stakeholder Communications who answers questions on how we are working with others.
Interview with Sue Newfield, HMCTS Service Manager who answers questions on our Fully Video Hearings Project.
Interview with Sidonie Kingsmill, HMCTS Customer Director on how we are supporting access to justice services for vulnerable users.
An interview with Richard Goodman, HMCTS Change Director who talks about how the reform programme continues to make good progress, and how our new online services have been used by over 100,000 people, with excellent feedback.