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NAO warns over ICT and data at heart of probation reforms
By David Bicknell
Watchdog also fears for investment necessary to replace inefficient technology used by probation trusts, particularly systems for offender case management
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HMCTS: digital justice reform plans "well advanced"
By Neil Merrett
Organisation to focus later this year on new online service functions and work with Crown Prosecution Service on shared digital platform to manage criminal cases
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Sharing information with schools to tackle youth offending
Following the publication of Charlie Taylor's interim review of the youth justice system, Mark Raeburn discusses the key role schools can play in reducing youth crime
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'Devo Manc' powers to eclipse London after Budget 2016 gains
Kable senior analyst Josh Hewer says pledge to devolve criminal justice functions to Greater Manchester could lead to an even more ambitious holistic ICT plan for the region
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NAO: technology can improve efficiency - but justice system must pull together
By David Bicknell
Watchdog's report warns system is not delivering value for money; digitisation may help but MoJ must heed IT project lessons from others
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MoJ to terminate GPS offender tagging hardware contract
By Neil Merrett
Citing "challenging" development of bespoke monitoring hardware for tags, government to launch new procurement for currently available technology
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Airwave's ESN legal action ends as Motorola Solutions' completes purchase
By David Bicknell
Airwave had sued the Home Office over its procurement for Lot 3 of the Emergency Services Network
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MoJ's FITS review squeezes Prison and Probation Services' AMS tender
By David Bicknell
Department indicates review had "looked at ways to reduce complexity, transition costs and annual running costs of IT services across the MoJ"
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Reform backs multi-agency leadership for digital courts overhaul
By Neil Merrett
Think tank report argues collaborative strategy is essential to scale-up use of predictive analysis and video enabled justice to address "cumbersome" UK court system
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Youth justice system: The Times They are A-Changin'
In the midst of sweeping budget cuts, youth justice services are implementing a new system for assessing child offenders and are eagerly awaiting the results of a comprehensive government review. Gareth Jones, chair of the Association of Youth Offending Team managers, explains how Britain's youth justice system is coping with the turbulent times
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