A place to explore how CJI’s inspections help achieve a better criminal justice system for all in Northern Ireland.
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Episode 3: Inspection of the Criminal Justice System’s Approach to Vulnerable Older People in Northern Ireland
In Northern Ireland, the journey through the criminal justice system can involve significant challenges for vulnerable older people. CJI has highlighted these obstacles, shedding light on the issues faced by the elderly as they navigate the criminal justice system.
In this episode, our guests Eddie Lynch, Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland and CJI Lead Inspector Rachel Lindsay talk about the findings of the inspection, the recommendations made and their hopes for the future.
Episode 2: What’s next? CJI plans for the next three years.
Chief Inspector Jacqui Durkin has published CJI’s Corporate Plan for the next three years and the organisation’s 2023-24 Business Plan incorporating its annual Inspection Programme.
Episode 1: Joint inspection of Child Protection Arrangements
With Inspectors from Criminal Justice Inspection (CJI), Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) and Education Training Inspectorate (ETI), we unfold the findings of the joint pilot inspection of Child Protection Arrangements in the Southern Health and Social Care Trust area in a relaxed and accessible way. This inspection looked at how justice, health and social care and education organisations work together to protect children where there are concerns about risk of harm.
Introducing 'Criminal Justice Inspection Unpacked,' the official podcast by Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland (CJI).
Stay informed about the ongoing efforts to improve the criminal justice system in Northern Ireland. Immerse yourself in our insightful episodes, where we share the findings of our independent inspections in a relaxed and accessible manner.
Tune in and join us on this journey.