This report analyses the ways in which ‘justice system data’ – that is the information generated by the process of justice – is managed in three countries: Australia, Canada and Ireland. It considers how data-sharing methods are perceived to relate to judicial independence, innovation, and public understanding of, and confidence in, the justice system.
The report recommends:
A spreadsheet summarising key justice system features is available here.
An open library of references is available hereExecutive summary: 'Justice system data': A comparative study 'Justice system data': a comparative study
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