The Criminal Bar Association exists to represent the views and interests of the practising members of the Criminal Bar in England and Wales.
Erskine May, often referred to as ‘the Bible of parliamentary procedure’ is both an iconic and practical publication. It’s the most authoritative and influential work on parliamentary procedure and constitutional conventions affecting Parliament. Rather than a set of rules, Erskine May is a description of how the procedure in the House of Commons and House of Lords has evolved and the conventions that apply.
MAPPA stands for Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements. It is the process through which the Police, Probation and Prison Services work together with other agencies to manage the risks posed by violent and sexual offenders living in the community, in order to protect the public.
The offence code as used in PNC and other police applications and often known as Phoenix Code or PNC Code.
the Alcohol Level Method = Blood the value of this data item refers to the amount of alcohol in milligrams per 100 ml of blood.
To identify a particular defendant by their arrest/summons number (ASN), allocated by Police (or other prosecutors) when a defendant is arrested or summonsed.
A marker to highlight a characteristic of the case (relating to the person and/or the offence) as being of particular interest to CJO partners when handling the Case.
A marker to highlight the procedural characteristic of the case (relating to the person and/or the offence) as being of particular interest to CJO partners when handling the case.
A code to represent an offence (where the offence is used in the generic sense covering the reasons for bringing a court case against a defendant).
This is a unique reference number assigned to a new occurrence of a court case created on PNC. The CCRN is held by CJSE but may not be held by court systems relevant to all court types and may be used to identify cases in civil crown magistrates courts etc. Will be held in CJSE sent from Police Case systems.