Criminal Justice Inspection publishes Its Annual Report for 2005-06

Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJI) has published its annual report for 2005-06.

The report, which was placed before the Houses of Parliament today (11 December), tracked the progress of the agency over the last financial year and gave a brief synopsis of the various inspections carried out and published by the Inspectorate in 2005-06.
The annual report revealed the organisation had fully achieved 10 of its objectives and targets and partially achieved one objective and target out of a total of 13 covering areas such as inspections; research and communication; planning and management and its relationship with the Criminal Justice Board.
The accounts for 2005-06 provided a full breakdown of CJI’s expenditure during the financial year. The figures were audited and approved by the Comptroller and Auditor General of the National Audit Office who recorded that he had no observations to make on the financial statements supplied by CJI.
Copies of CJI’s Annual Report can be downloaded from CJI’s website –