Ministry of Justice

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Ministry of Justice
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Formed 13 March 2000[1]
Preceded by Ministry of Home Affairs
Central Office J.A.E. Lang House
22-24 West Mall
Kingsbury, CENT
Employees 2,580
Senior administration
Minister of State Trevor Banks
Permanent Secretary Caroline Milson
Directorates
Constitutional Affairs
Judicial Affairs
Prisons
Executive agencies
Customs Service
Prisons Service
Office of the Public Guardian
Office of the Sheriff

The Ministry of Justice is the government ministry responsible for the judiciary, customs, and prisons. The ministry is led in cabinet by the Minister of State for Justice, a position currently occupied by Trevor Banks.

References and notes

  1. The Administrative Arrangements Order (No. 1) 2000, was the Administrative Arrangements Order that established the Ministry of Justice and the position of Minister of State.

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