July - September


CJI's Deputy Chief Inspector James Corrgian has called for criminal justice organisations to change how they measure and report their performance. View Report page.
CJI's Chief Inspector Brendan McGuigan is to oversee the work of the Office of the Prisoner Ombudsman for Northern Ireland from 1 September 2017.  Mr McGuigan will undertake the duties on a temporary basis until a successor to the outgoing Ombudsman Tom McGonigle can be appointed.
CJI has published the findings of its latest unannounced review of Maghaberry Prison following an unannounced two day inspection carried out in April 2017 by Inspectors from CJI, Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons (HMIP), the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) and Education and Training Inspectorate (ETI). View report page.
CJI's internet and email services have been restored following the Mass Service Outage yesterday.
CJI has published a report on the work of the Department of Agriculture's Central Investigation Service and Veterinary Service Enforcement Branch into fraud detection and compliance with agricultural regulations and animal welfare.  View report page.
Brendan McGuigan has voiced his support for the introduction of the mutual recognition of driver disqualifications between the UK and Ireland which has came into force today. View press release.
Today is Nelson Mandela International Day.  CJI uses the Nelson Mandela Rules in its work as part of the UK National Preventative Mechanism (NPM) in monitoring detention in prisons.  A blog by the Association for the Prevention of Torture, published today, highlights the work of the UK NPM in putting the Nelson Mandela Rules into practice. The blog can be read by clicking on the link

You can read more about CJI's work as part of the UK NPM by clicking here
CJI's Chief Executive James Corrigan has today published the 2016-17 Annual Report and Accounts for CJI. Copies of the report can be downloaded by clicking on the link.