The Ministry of Justice has released its 14th issue of Justice Matters.
Justice Matters is the Ministry’s quarterly magazine that celebrates its achievements in the last three months and highlights key areas of work. In this edition there are reflections on the Christchurch tragedy; the Ministry welcomes Andrew Kibblewhite, the new Chief Executive and Secretary of Justice; the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court pilot is evaluated; the family justice system reaches its second round of consultation; and the Hāpaitia team meet with Māori at Rātana and Waitangi.
An excerpt from the Chief Executive’s column reads, "This year promises to be a year of progress and brings with it much opportunity for innovation and continuing excellence. Each of us has the power to be an agent of positive change and to contribute to building a safer and more effective Justice system, ensuring our communities and whānau are safe from family violence, increasing trust in our Justice system and maintaining the integrity of our constitutional arrangements."
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