HMCTS

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HMCTSHer Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service (UK)
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Service centres are part of a [pounds sterling]1 billion reform programme delivered by HMCTS. As well as modernising courts and tribunals, the programme will deliver a number of service centres throughout the country to centralise services and embrace new technology to solve queries more efficiently.
Linda Ventress, HMCTS regional estates strategy manager, said: "The new court will provide a modern, fit-for-purpose building.
HMCTS will have its own separate entrance, which people will use to attend the civil and family courts and tribunal hearings.
This conference focuses on the integration of digital working across Police, HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and draws together the key agencies charged with delivering the reforms.
An HMCTS spokesman said: "We are actively working to agree the relocation of three of the four war memorials to the neighbouring church.
This was the largest deal of the year, but other transactions over the 20,000 sq ft threshold included HMCTS at Bruntwood's Centre City, i2 at Hines Morefield's Three Brindleyplace and BPP Training and Consultancy at Nurton Developments' 2 Colmore Square.
The total value of outstanding fines and orders imposed at the end of the 2011-2012 period was PS1.8 billion, a slight dip from the PS1.9 billion remaining at the start of the year, Her Majesty's Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) said.
Inspectors were concerned to find that: Although there were good working relationships locally between the staff of Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunal Service and the contractor, HMCTS managers were insufficiently engaged with the custody function.
Membership of the network include representatives from CAFCASS Cymru, the Children's Commissioner, local government, police, Legal Services Commission, HMCTS and the judiciary as observers.
A spokesman for Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service said: "HMCTS takes the issue of security within courts extremely seriously and will report any incidents of theft on court premises to the police.