In 2011, the SPC agreed to publish data on the number of SOCPA agreements concluded each year and to make this information available to the Attorney General. Since 2012, these letters have been published on the CPS website. This document includes an agreement between the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), the National Police Chiefs` Council (NPCC), the Chief Coroner and the Coroners` Society of England and Wales (CSEW). This agreement establishes a common understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the CPS, police and coronaries when an investigation suggests that a serious offence (other than a health and safety or order offence) may have caused death; presents best practices in communication between cps, NPCC and coronary law, as well as the family of survivors/close relatives; and ensures that corals are informed of the progress made during the various findings of a criminal investigation. It is a liaison agreement between the investigation and prosecutions between the Health and Safety Executive, ACPO, CPS, British Transport Police, Office of Rail Regulation, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Fire and Rescue Services (through its professional body, the Chief Fire Officers` Association) and local authorities through their representative bodies, the local government association and the local Welsh Government Association. It is available on the Health and Safety Executive website. The joint labour agreement aims to create a broad framework to help the local units of the three national organizations (Association of Chief Police Officers, Crown Prosecution Service and NHS Protect) put in place closer working agreements to reduce the problem of violence and antisocial behaviour affecting the NHS. Following the ACPO review, it was replaced in 2015 by a new body, the National Police Chiefs` Council, established as part of a police cooperation agreement pursuant to Section 22A of the Police Act 1996. The eruption of Covid-19 represents an unprecedented crisis for the criminal justice system in the United Kingdom. Currently, courts are unable to initiate new jury trials or summary trials, and most of the current trials have had to be suspended due to problems with victims, witnesses, accused, lawyers and jurors. This interim protocol defines how fees should be managed by the police and the SPC by identifying three categories of cases. In 2010, the government announced a series of police reforms, including local accountability by police and judicial police commissioners (CPC), the creation of the National Crime Agency (NCA) and the College of Policing, a new professional organization that has taken responsibility for developing professional standards, guidelines and police training.
Action plan agreed at a meeting of the Director of Public Prosecutor`s Office on 4 December 2013 on human trafficking and slavery. Representatives from the SPC, the Ministry of the Interior, voluntary sectors and police representatives attended the meeting. A protocol between the National Police Chiefs` Council, the Crown Prosecution Service and Her Majesty`s Courts – Tribunals Service to expedite cases involving witnesses under the age of 10 – PDF (updated in July 2018) (approximately 700 kb)Protocol rhwng Cynedlaethol Prif yr Heddlu, Gwasanaeth Erlyn y Goron a Gwasanaeth Llysoedd a Thribiwnlysoedd Ei Mawrhydi i brysuro achosion sy`n cynnwys tystion dan 10 mlywdd oed (diweddarwyd Gorffennaf 2018) These coordinates are available on the CPS Area website.