Criminal Procedure Rule Committee Ministry Of Justice

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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE RULE COMMITTEE

Department

Ministry of Justice

Chair

The Rt. Hon. Lord Judge, the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales

Chief Executive

Jonathan Solly

Classification

Advisory NDPB

Contact Details

Secretariat to the Criminal Procedure Rule Committee, 7th Floor 102 Petty France, London, SW1H 9AJ
Phone: 0203 334 4031
Email: CriminalProcedureRuleEnquiries@justice.gsi.gov.uk

WebSite: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/criminal-procedure-rule-committee

Overview

To streamline and modernise the practice and procedure to be followed in the criminal trials of England and Wales (section 69 of the Courts Act 2003 refers.) The membership reflects the key participants in the conduct of a criminal case. The Criminal Procedure Rule Committee consults widely before making new rules.

Established 2004. The first Criminal Procedure Rules were made in 2005 and the first consolidated Criminal Procedure Rules were made in 2010. Minutes of meetings available on request.

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PB Reform Retain
Regulatory Function No
Chairs Remuneration (p.a. unless otherwise stated)
Chief Executive / Secretary Remuneration Civil Servant
Public Meetings Yes
Public Minutes No
Register of Interests Yes
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Audit Arrangements
OCPA Regulated Yes

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