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Departmental Public Expenditure

Justice written question – answered on 24th November 2011.

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Photo of Kenneth Clarke Kenneth Clarke The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice

The resource budget allocations for 2011-12, as at 31 October 2011, are as follows:

Organisation/body £000
Administrate Justice and Tribunals Council 682
Criminal Cases Review Committee 6,050
Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority 200,200
HM Inspectorate of Prisons 3,634
HM Inspectorate of Probation 3,848
Judicial Appointments Commission 5,520
Judicial Appointments and Conduct Ombudsman 534
Judicial Office 19,524
Law Commission 3,165
Legal Services Commission 2,251,400
National Offender Management Service 2,801,647
Probation Service 820,000
Office of the Information Commissioner 4,586
Office of the Public Guardian (457)
Official Solicitor and Public Trustee 5,158
Parole Board 10,014
Prisons and Probation Ombudsman 5,546
Sentencing Council 1,620
Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses 1,100
Youth Justice Board 393,939

The final budget may vary depending on actual expenditure and the Ministry's priorities.

The Office of the Public Guardian is currently budgeting to receive more income than its expenditure. This is reflected in the organisation's budget.

Budgets for the following bodies are part of larger budgets within the core Department for which no distinct budget allocation is made.

Assessor for Compensation for Miscarriages of Justice

Civil Procedure Rule Committee

Criminal Procedure Rule Committee

Insolvency Rules Committee

Court Funds Office

Tribunal Procedure Committee.

Budgets for the following bodies are now part of the Judicial Office budget quoted above:

Civil Justice Council

Family Justice Council

Office for Judicial Complaints.

In respect of the following bodies the cost is neutral because these bodies are funded by levies upon the legal profession:

Legal Services Board

Legal Ombudsman.

As at 31 October 2011, no resource budget allocation has been provided to the Crown Court Rule Committee.

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