Search results for 'Crime, justice and law'

Showing 21 - 40 of 213 results

  1. The National Law Enforcement Data Programme

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    This report assesses the Home Office’s progress in delivering the National Law Enforcement Data Service programme to replace outdated police ICT systems.

  2. Tackling serious and organised crime

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    This report examines whether the government tackles serious and organised crime in an effective and coherent way.

  3. Handling of the Windrush situation

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    This study examines how the Home Office handled the impact of its immigration policies on the Windrush generation.

  4. Supreme Court annual report and accounts 2017-18

    Report Financial audit

    Published on:

    The Comptroller and Auditor General has qualified his regularity opinion on the Supreme Court’s financial statements because of a £665,000 unauthorised breach of one of its Parliamentary spending limits.

  5. Investigation into government-funded inquiries

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    Given the prevalence of government-funded inquiries, the frequency with which the government uses them following high-profile failures, their importance in relation to the public’s trust of authorities, and the public funds spent on them, the NAO has conducted an investigation into the 26 inquiries that have started and concluded since 2005.

  6. Early progress in transforming courts and tribunals

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    In this report we outline what HM Courts and Tribunals Service’s (HMCTS) change portfolio to modernise and upgrade the justice system will deliver, consider early progress against plans and explore how HMCTS and its partners have managed the change portfolio and the risks it faces in the future.

  7. A Short Guide to the Ministry of Justice

    Overview Short guide

    Published on:

    The NAO is publishing a suite of short guides for the new Parliament, one for each government department and a selection of cross-government issues, to assist House of Commons select committees and members of Parliament.

  8. Improving the prison estate

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    This report examines the condition and capacity of HM Prison and Probation Service’s prison estate.

  9. Departmental Overview 2015-16: Home Office

    Overview Departmental overview

    Published on:

    This Departmental Overview looks at the Home Office and summarises its performance during the year ended March 2016, together with our recent reports on it.

  10. Departmental Overview 2015-16: Ministry of Justice

    Overview Departmental overview

    Published on:

    This Departmental Overview looks at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and summarises its performance during the year ended March 2016, together with our recent reports on it.

  11. Investigation into the Parole Board

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    The Osborn ruling in October 2013 had an immediate impact on the demand for oral hearings conducted by the Parole Board.

  12. Online Fraud

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    Online fraud is now the most commonly experienced crime in England and Wales, but has been overlooked by government, law enforcement and industry.

  13. Confiscation orders: progress review

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    There has been a greater focus on enforcing criminal confiscation orders, but there remain fundamental weaknesses in the system.

  14. Efficiency in the criminal justice system

    Report Value for money

    Published on:

    Despite some improvements in the management of court cases, around two-thirds of criminal trials do not proceed as planned on the day they are originally scheduled. Delays and aborted hearings create extra work, waste scarce resources and undermine confidence in the justice system.