COVID-19 Justice Sector Survey
If you have been invited to take part in the COVID-19 Justice Sector Survey, find out more about the survey here [PDF, 431 KB].
Provides information about people's perception of safety and the criminal justice system, and how easy COVID-19 rules are to understand.
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Statistics on annual court and tribunal workloads (new business, disposals and active cases), and waiting times to trial/defended hearing.
Projections relating to various justice sector issues, including prison population, community sentencing, Crown prosecutions/appeals and legal aid expenditure.
Captures the underlying level of crime in New Zealand, delivers core crime and victimisation measures, and provides regular and timely crime and victimisation information for New Zealanders.
We want to invest where it will make the biggest difference, so we need to know what works to reduce crime. Evidence Briefs summarise the evidence about how well an investment reduces crime, how much is spent on it, and whether there is scope to increase the level of investment.
Our research programme is improving the evidence-base on family violence and sexual violence so we understand the experience of court participants and what works to improve outcomes.
Measures how much crime occurs, who experiences it, how victims respond, and people's perceptions of crime and the criminal justice system.
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