Crown Prosecution Service

Partner description:

The Crown Prosecution Service is the Government Department responsible for prosecuting criminal cases investigated by the police and other investigating bodies in England and Wales.

As the principal prosecuting authority in England and Wales, we are responsible for:

advising the police on cases for possible prosecution; reviewing cases submitted by the police; determining any charges in more serious or complex cases; preparing cases for court; presenting cases at court.

Our mission is to deliver justice through the independent and effective prosecution of crime, fostering a culture of excellence by supporting and inspiring each other to be the best we can.

Our values:

- We will be independent and fair
- We will prosecute independently, without bias and will seek to deliver justice in every case.
- We will be honest and open
- We will explain our decisions, set clear standards about the service the public can expect from us and be honest if we make a mistake.
- We will treat everyone with respect
- We will respect each other, our colleagues and the public we serve, recognising that there are people behind every case.
- We will behave professionally and strive for excellence
- We will work as one team, always seeking new and better ways to deliver the best possible service for the public. We will be efficient and responsible with tax-payers' money.

Joined the Responsibility Deal: 22 October, 2013

This partner is currently committed to the following pledges (10):

Health at Work
  • H1. Chronic Conditions Guide and Carers (since 22 October, 2013)
  • H11. Alcohol in the workplace (since 3 February, 2015)
  • H2. Occupational Health Standards (since 22 October, 2013)
  • H3. Health & Wellbeing Report (since 22 October, 2013)
  • H4. Healthier Staff Restaurants (since 22 October, 2013)
  • H6. Staff Health Checks (since 22 October, 2013)
  • H7. Mental Health and Wellbeing (since 22 October, 2013)
  • H9. Domestic Violence (since 25 November, 2013)
Physical Activity
  • P2. Physical Activity Guidelines (since 22 October, 2013)
  • P4. Physical Activity in the Workplace (since 22 October, 2013)

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