The Local Criminal Justice Board (LCJB) is an important element of the Criminal Justice System (CJS).
Delivering an efficient and speedy Justice System in South Yorkshire
Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield are areas where people have trust and confidence in a local criminal justice system, which supports victims, rehabilitates offenders and young people who commit crime, reduces reoffending, and delivers value for money.
We will achieve this by taking a collaborative approach so that by 2021 we have an end-to-end local criminal justice system, which operates effectively across organisational boundaries to deliver seamless services and positive outcomes for victims and people who offend, alongside more effective and efficient delivery of justice.
The local criminal justice system will play a key role in keeping communities safe, supporting positive social outcomes, preventing harm and reducing demand on services.
Our Local Priorities
In achieving our vision, our local priorities are to deliver:
- An end-to-end service for supporting victims and witnesses
- An end-to-end system for rehabilitating offenders and young people who commit crime, and reducing re-offending
- A more efficient and integrated local criminal justice system
Our key objectives concern:
- Delivering services which focus upon the needs of Victims and Witnesses
- Reducing Crime and Re-offending
- Delivering criminal justice services Efficiently & Effectively
The criminal justice board, and its priority steering groups, have stated ambitions. These can be found by clicking the links below:
The Board comes together to enhance;
- Commit resources
The annual reports can be found in publications up to 2015 and are included in the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s annual report after that.
For further information about South Yorkshire Criminal Justice Board, please contact a member of the Support Team.
(Please note, we cannot comment or answer queries on individual cases)
Email: [email protected]
South Yorkshire Criminal Justice Board
Carbrook Hall Road,
Telephone: 0114 296 4150