2017

Inspectors have called for further work to be done by the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) to maximise existing partnerships with the business community and further enhance its response to business crime.

The Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice in Northern Ireland has today (10 October 2017) published an independent assessment of work undertaken by the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) to address the recommendations made by Sir Keir Starmer, KCB QC in his 2015 report.
The Deputy Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice in Northern Ireland has urged criminal justice organisations to make a 'step change' in how they measure and report their performance to focus more on results achieved through collaborative working.
The latest in a series of inspection reports on Maghaberry Prison has found that while management are continuing to work to improve the prison's performance, shortcomings have been found in the care and support provided to the most vulnerable prisoners.
An independent inspection by Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJI) has examined the role played by the former Department of Agriculture and Rural Development's Central Investigation Service (CIS) and the Veterinary Service Enforcement Branch (VSEB) in protecting against error and fraud while ensuring compliance with agriculture regulations and animal welfare laws.
The Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice in Northern Ireland, Brendan McGuigan has welcomed the introduction of the mutual recognition of driving disqualifications between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland which he believes will help improve road safety.
Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJI) has today published its Annual Report and Accounts for 2016-17.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has been urged to conduct a comprehensive analysis of cyber crime in Northern Ireland to better understand the extent of this type of offending and the challenges it will present for policing.