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As we kick off 16 Days of Activism, Baroness Newlove reacts to fresh survey findings showing women’s low confidence and satisfaction in the criminal justice system.
“You will not be surprised to see that scrutiny of the Victims and Prisoners Bill will be my primary focus for the year.”
Victims' Commissioner welcomes Ministry of Justice moves to exempt high-risk offenders from the presumption against shorter sentences, but underscores the need for robust pre-sentence reports and a properly resourced Probation Service.
In a speech to the House of Lords, Baroness Newlove sets out her views on what she expects from the long-awaited Victims and Prisoners Bill.
Victims’ Commissioner publishes 2022 Victim Survey survey results as she prepares to address the House of Lords in response to the King’s Speech.
Baroness Helen Newlove to commence new one-year term on Tuesday 17 October 2023.
The Office of the Victims' Commissioner sets out how it will continue to operate in this interim period.
Operation Bluestone Soteria is inviting victims of rape and other sexual offences to take part in a survey of the victim's experience of the police investigation and criminal justice process.
A new law standardising how and when the police can lawfully extract information from electronic devices takes effect.