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The Crown Prosecution Service(CPS) routinely publishes information about us, our spending, our priorities, our decisions, our policies and procedures, information in lists and registers, and about our services. This section helps you to find that information.

Freedom of Information

filing cabinetsThe Freedom of Information Act 2000 was designed to make public organisations and governmental departments more open and accountable. It states the following should be available to the general public:

  • How public organisations make decisions
  • The way they carry out their duties
  • How they spend public money

Performance Management Information

Our performance management information covers a range of areas of our work. These are:

Asset Recovery

Assisted Suicide

Case Outcomes

Conditional Cautioning

Equality and Diversity Benchmarking Report 2007-11

Hate Crime

Joint Enterprise Data

Key Measures


Violence Against Women and Girls

Underlying Data

Like all Government departments, we regularly publish underlying data on our website and on Data.Gov in accordance with the Cabinet Office's Transparency Agenda. Our underlying data covers:

Underlying Data

Our policies and procedures

Our policies and procedures, in addition those listed above, are:

Finance policy and guidance

HR policy and guidance

Equality and Diversity policy and guidance