Management Information Branch
The main aim of Management Information Branch is to provide the Public Prosecution Service with a professional statistics, research and consultancy service.
Currently we have a complement of four staff, three of whom are statisticians on loan from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency.
In this section you can find statistical information on key topic areas within the Public Prosecution Service. Simply click the link most appropriate to your needs on the menu to the left.
All of our published statistics comply with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics and are produced in line with best practice. Additional information on this can be found under the Official Statistics link on the menu to the left.
The latest version of the Statistical Bulletin on cases involving hate crime was published on 2nd August 2016. It provides information for the full 2015/16 financial year (i.e. 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016) and includes comparisons with 2014/15. This publication is accessible via the menu on the left hand side, under the ‘Thematic Statistical Bulletins’ link.
An additional bulletin presenting the findings of the Northern Ireland Omnibus Survey, “Perceptions of the Public Prosecution Service” was published on 28th July 2016. The bulletin provided information in respect of the latest survey, conducted in April/May 2016, and includes comparisons with the previous survey in January 2015. Where appropriate, information from earlier years is also provided. This publication is accessible via the menu on the left hand side, under the ‘Surveys and Research’ link.
The PPS also publishes a regular Quarterly Statistical Bulletin which presents an overview of caseloads, decisions and outcomes. The next Quarterly Statistical Bulletin will cover the first quarter of the 2016/17 financial year (April 2016 to June 2016) and is due to be published at 9.30am on Thursday 25th August 2016. Previous Quarterly Statistical Bulletins can be found via the menu to the left.
If you have any queries regarding the statistical information produced by the PPS, or if you have an information request, please contact:
Central Management Unit
Public Prosecution Service
93 Chichester Street
Telephone: 02890 897100
Fax: 02890 897030
Textphone: 02890 897011