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Transforming Rehabilitation

Probation services have been restructured on time and within cost targets during a period of major change but operational problems and risks to further service transformation need to be resolved if re-offending levels are to reduce.

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28 Apr 2016

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Confiscation orders: progress review

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

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11 Mar 2016

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Confirmed impacts: Earlier certification of the Home Office resource accounts

This impacts case study shows how a combination of a more collaborative approach between NAO and Home Office enabled a less expensive and more efficient audit and earlier certification.

It is one example of financial or non-financial benefits realised in 2014 as a result of our involvement, all of which are set out in our interactive PDF

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Published:
15 Oct 2015

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A Short Guide to the Home Office

The NAO is publishing a suite of short guides, one for each government department, to assist House of Commons Select Committees.

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30 Jul 2015

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A Short Guide to the Ministry of Justice

The NAO is publishing a suite of short guides, one for each government department, to assist House of Commons Select Committees.

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30 Jul 2015

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Financial sustainability of police forces in England and Wales

Police forces have successfully reduced costs since 2011, but do not have a clear understanding of the demands placed upon them or of the factors that affect their costs.

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4 Jun 2015

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HM Courts and Tribunals Trust Statement 2013-14

Amyas Morse, Comptroller and Auditor General, has for the first time provided a clear audit opinion on the financial statements of HM Courts and Tribunals Service. He has today reported to Parliament that HM Courts and Tribunals Service has significantly improved its ability to report on fines, penalties and confiscation orders.

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Published:
11 Dec 2014

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Departmental Overview: The performance of the Home Office 2013-14

This Departmental Overview is one of 17 we are producing covering our work on each major government department. It summarises our work on the Home Office 2013-14.

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Published:
25 Nov 2014

Scales of Justice

Implementing reforms to civil legal aid

The MoJ is on track to make significant and quick reductions in its spending on civil legal aid. But it is less clear to what extent it has met its objective of targeting legal aid at those who need it most.

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Published:
20 Nov 2014

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Departmental Overview: The performance of the Ministry of Justice 2013-14

This Departmental Overview is one of 17 we are producing covering our work on each major government department. It summarises our work on the Ministry of Justice during 2013-14.

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24 Oct 2014

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