The Ministry of Justice is a department of the UK government that is tasked with the safety of the British people, especially when it comes to a responsive criminal justice system.
Other Ministry of Justice Connection Numbers:
|Ministry of Justice||Number|
|Head Office||0844 248 1736|
|Ministry of Justice Policies||0844 248 1739|
|Ministry of Justice Services||0844 248 1741|
|Ministry of Justice Jobs||0844 248 1743|
|Ministry of Justice Complaints||0844 248 1744|
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Ministry of Justice Policies 0844 248 1739
The Ministry of Justice is responsible for the justice system in the UK. Most importantly, it is responsible for Prisons and Courts throughout the UK, the safety of the public and for probation services. The Ministry is dedicated to the prevention of re-offending and to the protection of the people in the UK. Their main aim to tackle this is to put in place laws and policies which will make people less likely to commit offences or re-offend once they are out of prison
Ministry of Justice Services 0844 248 1741
The Ministry of Justice works with a number of companies and organisations throughout the UK. Below is a list of these organisations:
- HM Courts and Tribunals Service
- HM Prison Service
- Legal Aid Agency
- National Offender Management Service (NOMS)
- Office of the Public Guardian
- Probation Service
- Youth Justice Board
All of these organisations help contribute to the safety of the public and the protection of those from harm. As well as this, these organisations help to prevent offenders re-offending and places them within the justice system put into place by the ministry.
Ministry of Justice Jobs 0844 248 1743
If you believe that a job working for the Ministry of Justice is for you, then you can search for a job related to your skills on the Ministry of Justice website. The ministry is an equal opportunities employer and they offer an interview to any disabled individual who meets the criteria for the job they are applying for. If you would like to speak to a member of the Ministry of Justice head office team regarding a job, you can ring the number above and we will put you through to the relevant department.
Ministry of Justice Complaints 0844 248 1744
If you would like to make a complaint to the Ministry of Justice, you can do so by ringing the number above. If you would like to make a formal written complaint to the Ministry, you can also write to them at the address below:
Ministerial Correspondence Unit
Ministry of Justice
102 Petty France
DX 152380 Westminster 8
The Ministry aim to reply to all complaints within 20 days of receiving a letter or a complaint via phone. From there your complaint will either be further investigated, or you will be issued an apology regarding your recent experience with the Ministry of Justice.
More about the Ministry of Justice
You can find a range of jobs available over on the Ministry of Justice website. If you are qualified for the job, you will be asked to attend an interview at a later date.
Court fees can range from £35 to £10 000 depending on your court case and the issues it entails. The Ministry of Justice has compiled a guide to court fees for every type of court case. You can find the guide here.
If you have a general query for the Ministry of Justice, you can send them an email to email@example.com. If you would like to make a complaint, we advise either ringing the number above or sending the Ministry a letter to their complaints department.
The Ministry of Justice is a department of the UK government which bases itself in the reform of the criminal justice system. It works with other departments within the UK government to provide safety and to prevent offenders re-committing once they are out of prison or court. The Ministry also work to ensure that those on trial in UK courts receive fair treatment and a fair trial. They do this by working with UK courts and appointing solicitors where they are needed.
The Ministry of Justice is headed by the Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor. The Ministry itself was formed in 2007, and its main aims are to protect the public and stop re-offending by convicted criminals. Its current aims include the introduction of a rehabilitation revolution, which will look at involving privately run rehab centres in the UK to help convicted criminals in the UK justice system. The ministry is also looking at reforming courts, tribunals, sentencing, and penalties. The Ministry believes that the current system needs reforming to reflect the needs of the public and to ensure a fair sentence is given to criminals who offend for the first time, and a strict policy on those who have reoffended.
Below is a recent video uploaded to youtube by the Ministry of Justice. It explains how the Ministry are taking it upon themselves to help victims of crime across England and Wales. For more informative videos such as this, visit the Ministry of Justice youtube channel.