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Ministry of Justice or Department for Constitutional Affairs - Government Department

 

Ministry of Justice or Department for Constitutional Affairs - responsibilities of the former Lord Chancellor's Department

About the Ministry of Justice or Department for Constitutional Affairs

Please Note: The Department for Constitutional Affairs is now the Ministry of Justice

The work of the Ministry of Justice is focused around four strategic objectives:

  • strengthen democracy, rights and responsibilities
  • deliver fair and simple routes to civil and family justice
  • protect the public and reduce reoffending
  • ensure a more effective, transparent and responsive criminal justice system for victims and the public

The Ministry of Justice lead the government's constitutional, rights and legal reform programmes, which include work on institutional reform, data protection and sharing, electoral modernisation, human rights, devolution and encouraging people to take an active part in the democratic process.

They want to give people access to an efficient and effective civil and family justice system and try to help them avoid disputes that end up in court.

Protecting the public and reducing reoffending is central to their whole purpose. They are increasing prison capacity and an independent working group will be reporting on better ways to align supply and demand through the sentencing framework. They are committed to offender management reforms and delivering more effective community penalties that reflect the needs of local people. They are also working more collaboratively across government to protect the public and reduce reoffending.

The Ministry of Justice lead the new cross-government Justice for All public service agreement to deliver a more effective, transparent and responsive criminal justice system for victims and the public. They are taking a problem-solving approach to improving the criminal justice system which fully reflects the priorities of local communities as well as victims and the public.

 

Ministry of Justice,
102 Petty France,
London
SW1H 9AJ

DX 117000 Selborne House

Telephone: +44 (0)20 3334 3555
Fax: +44 (0)20 3334 4455