Working together for a better justice system

Welcome to Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJI). 

CJI is an independent statutory inspectorate with responsibility for inspecting all aspects of the criminal justice system in Northern Ireland apart from the judiciary.  It also inspects a number of other agencies and organisations that link into the criminal justice system.
CJI uses inspection to help strengthen public confidence in the agencies that make up the criminal justice system. 
It endeavours through its work to promote the effectiveness, efficiency and even-handedness of the criminal justice system. It also seeks to secure improvement and greater co-operation between the various statutory and voluntary organisations to provide a better justice system for the whole community in Northern Ireland.

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Latest News

Latest News
21 May 2015
CJI's Deputy Chief Inspector James Corrigan has called for improved enforcement action to deal with environmental crime in Northern Ireland. View report page.
26 March 2015
CJI’s latest report examines the effectiveness of youth conferencing as a means of dealing with children who break the law.  View report page
19 March 2015
Inspectorate publishes follow-up review today, highlighting commendable progress made in meeting needs of victims and witnesses, but Chief Inspector advises no room for complacency.  Visit report Page
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