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The Courts Norman Draper Justices’ Clerk, Greater Manchester Katharine Abbott JR data & evidence The Courts Norman Draper Justices’ Clerk, Greater Manchester Katharine Abbott JR data & evidence lead

Transforming our Justice System Lord Chancellor, Lord Chief Justice and Senior President of Tribunals Transforming our Justice System Lord Chancellor, Lord Chief Justice and Senior President of Tribunals • Vision for Reform combining tradition with technology • Core Principles – Just – Proportionate – Accessible • Courts & Tribunals deliver swift & certain Justice

Transforming our Justice System Government Investment • £ 1 billion between 2015 & 2022 Transforming our Justice System Government Investment • £ 1 billion between 2015 & 2022 – – £ 270 m Developing a Common Platform with CPS £ 230 m Modernising our Buildings £ 280 m Developing Digital Systems £ 220 m Reform Programme Costs (including training & development) • Transforming – the setting of justice – the technology – skills & capabilities

Transforming our Justice System Criminal Courts • Supporting vulnerable victims & witnesses – Live Transforming our Justice System Criminal Courts • Supporting vulnerable victims & witnesses – Live video links, screens – Sexual Assault Referral Centre – Pre-recorded evidence • Digitisation of the Criminal Justice System – – Common Platform completed 2019 Secure Wi-Fi in courts On-line pleas Automated process

Transforming our Justice System Criminal Courts • Unifying the criminal courts – Flexible listing Transforming our Justice System Criminal Courts • Unifying the criminal courts – Flexible listing - without arbitrary boundaries – Allocation to Crown & Magistrates’ Courts • Transparency – On-line tool Crown Court performance • Problem-solving Courts

Transforming Summary Justice Components of TSJ 1. Quality assured police file – Standard & Transforming Summary Justice Components of TSJ 1. Quality assured police file – Standard & timeliness 2. Anticipated plea hearings, decided at charge 3. Brigading of cases 4. Optimum bailing patterns, full preparation – 28 days not guilty plea, 14 days guilty plea 5. Early receipt of Initial Details of Prosecution Case

Transforming Summary Justice Components of TSJ 6. Right personnel at the hearing 7. Streamline Transforming Summary Justice Components of TSJ 6. Right personnel at the hearing 7. Streamline disclosure 8. Strong governance & expectation of effectiveness 9. Police support of anticipated not guilty hearings 10. Connectivity for each agency at court, including Wi-Fi

Better Case Management - Crown Court • The overarching aims: – Robust case management Better Case Management - Crown Court • The overarching aims: – Robust case management – Reduced number of hearings – Maximum participation and engagement from every participant within the system – Efficient compliance with the Criminal Procedure Rules; Practice and Court Directions • Begins when case sent for trial in Crown Court

Better Case Management PTPH (plea & Trial Preparation Hearing) • 28 days after sending Better Case Management PTPH (plea & Trial Preparation Hearing) • 28 days after sending • Prepare for trial without further hearings, unless complex • Prompt engagement between parties • Working digitally, Digital Case File

Listing Review Greater Manchester - Single LJA Review Listing of • Youth Prosecutions • Listing Review Greater Manchester - Single LJA Review Listing of • Youth Prosecutions • Domestic abuse/violence prosecutions • Trials • “Very large fine” cases • Breach Proceedings

Problem Solving Courts Manchester Problem Solving Court • • • Developed from model established Problem Solving Courts Manchester Problem Solving Court • • • Developed from model established in Red Hook Women offenders Multiple needs Demonstrated capacity to change Bespoke community sentencing Monitored compliance

Devolution / PSR questions 1. What do we think we do well/works well now? Devolution / PSR questions 1. What do we think we do well/works well now? 2. What could we do better? What would we change and why? 3. What can we do ourselves and what might we need devolution to help us with? 4. What could those specific Devo asks be - have we considered the risks? Links to Family Support questions 1. How does current provision currently interact with early intervention models in your district for complex individuals / families? 2. What do we want this to look like? 3. How will we make this happen