National Statistics: Criminal Justice System statistics quarterly: March 2017

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The reports present key statistics on activity in the criminal justice system for England and Wales. It provides information for the latest 12 months (April 2016 to March 2017) with accompanying commentary, analysis and presentation of longer term trends.

An interactive Sankey diagram (a type of flow diagram, in which the width of the arrows is shown proportionally to the number each represents) presenting information on criminal histories accompanies this bulletin.

Pre-release access

The bulletin is produced and handled by MOJ’s analytical professionals and production staff. Pre-release access of up to 24 hours is granted to the following persons:

Ministry of Justice

Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice; Minister of State for Courts and Justice; Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Prisons and Probation; Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Minister for Victims, Youth and Family Justice; Lords spokesperson – Ministry of Justice; 2 Special Advisers; Principal Private Secretary; Deputy Principal Private Secretary; 4 Private Secretaries; Deputy Private Secretary; 3 Assistant Private Secretaries; 2 Press Officers; Director of Communications; Economic Adviser to the Secretary of State; Permanent Secretary; Deputy Director, Legal Operations- Court & Tribunal Development Directorate; Director General Finance Group; Director of Analytical Services and Chief Economist; Chief Statistician; Deputy Director, Crime; Policy Official; Head of Operational Performance; . Director General, Offender Reform and Commissioning Group; Director, Criminal Justice Policy; Director, Offender and Youth Justice Policy; Deputy Director, Sentencing Policy; Deputy Director, Criminal Courts and Law; 2 Policy Advisers, 2 Senior Policy Advisers.

Home Office

Home Secretary; Permanent Secretary; Director of Crime; Acting Head of Crime and Policing Statistics; Private Secretary to Minister of State for Police and Fire Service; Deputy Principal Private Secretary to the Home Secretary; Assistant Private Secretary to the HO Permanent Secretary; Private Secretary to the Home Secretary.

The Judiciary

Lord Chief Justice; Legal Advisor; Assistant Private Secretary.


Senior Policy Adviser, Office of the Attorney General; Desk officer, Cabinet office.

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