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A new study by the Ministry’s research team titled Māori and Victimisation in Aotearoa/New Zealand has found that Māori are more victimised than any other ethnic group in Aotearoa New Zealand, with poor socio-economic conditions a contributing cause.The study results are based on the Ministry's New Zealand Crime and Victims...
The latest statistics on criminal charges and convictions have just been published
Modernised videos about jury service have been made to better inform jurors about the experience
Recruitment begins this week for Kaiārahi - Family Court Navigator roles in the Family Court.
New Zealand is to join the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime.
The Māori Land Court has introduced new services to support Māori land owners and their whānau to connect to and use their whenua.
Our Ministry website is now a shielded site so people experiencing family violence and sexual violence can safely access the information they need.
The historic Te Kuiti Courthouse will be closed from 2 February to 26 February 2021.
The LGB+ community experiences higher levels of victimisation than the average New Zealand adult.
The Ministry of Justice’s 2019/20 Annual Report has been tabled in Parliament.
The Ministry will no longer be processing incoming or outgoing cheques from 31 May 2021.
Information packs for Protection Orders are now being used in both the Family Court and Criminal Court.
Most courts and tribunals will be closed during the holiday period.
File and Pay electronic court document and payment service was introduced on 28 October 2020.
New compensation guidelines for people who have been wrongfully convicted and imprisoned have been issued today
The Ministry of Justice partnered with GirlBoss NZ to support the development of kōtiro with a passion for law, policy and government.
A one-off extension to the Victim Assistance Scheme will financially support more victims of the Christchurch Mosque Attacks to travel to attend sentencing.
New Protection Order Information at Service packs for respondents and protected people are being rolled out across Aotearoa this week.
Most New Zealanders feel safe, says a new report from the Ministry’s research team, Social Wellbeing and Perceptions of the Criminal Justice System.
Referendums brochures undergo reprint