Practice and Procedure

The Criminal justice system efficiency programme has a new website

PUBLISHED March 13, 2012

The criminal justice system (CJS) efficiency programme is T3 re-branded and has a new website to help keep CJS stakeholders informed, together with updated frequently asked questions.

The programme  is working to deliver the vision for the future of the criminal justice system, where cases are resolved faster and more satisfactorily, victims feel better protected and the public feel more confident in their justice system. 

Its aims include:

  • helping to meet the government?s commitment to modernise and reform the CJS into 'a simpler, swifter and more transparent service which meets the needs of victims and the public' 
  • better enabling agencies to work together, in a context of reduced budgets, to reduce waste and bureaucracy whilst maintaining levels of performance 
  • collectively pushing this work further and faster to deliver end-to-end service.

The programme involves agencies and organisations across the CJS: 

  • Association of Chief Police Officers; 
  • Crown Prosecution Service; 
  • HM Courts & Tribunals Service; 
  • Legal Services Commission; 
  • Ministry of Justice; 
  • National Policing Improvement Agency; 
  • National Offender Management Service.