The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has headquarters in London and York.
The CPS is organised into 13 Areas, each overseen by a Group Chair, a senior Chief Crown Prosecutor. In addition, CPS Direct provides out-of-hours advice and decisions to police officers across England and Wales.
We aim to continually improve our service and to do that we need your help. Whether you have had a good or bad experience with us, we want to hear from you.
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Contact details for our national offices in London and York along with Human Resources, Policy Division, Correspondence Unit and national publicity materials.
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Victims' Right to Review
The CPS has launched a new initiative called the Victims' Right to Review Scheme, which makes it easier for victims to seek a review of a CPS decision not to bring charges against a suspect or to terminate proceedings.
If you are a victim seeking to exercise your right to request a review of a CPS decision not to bring charges against a suspect, discontinue proceedings or offer no evidence in a case please visit the Victims and Witnesses section of this website.
Please note that the scheme applies only in relation to qualifying decisions made on or after the 5 June 2013.